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Politics Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez challenges Trump to publish her college newsletters

13:30  14 august  2020
13:30  14 august  2020 Source:   parismatch.com

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Alexandria Ocasio - Cortez goaded President Trump to release his own college transcript after he called her a “poor student” on Fox Business Thursday morning. This material may not be published , broadcast, rewritten, or redistributed. ©2020 FOX News Network, LLC.

Alexandria Ocasio - Cortez (D-New York) a “poor student,” “not even a smart person” and yappy, leading the congresswoman to clap back, challenging him to Ocasio - Cortez fired back, tweeting, “Let’s make a deal, Mr. President: You release your college transcript, I’ll release mine, and we’ll see

Democrat MP Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez suggested that Donald Trump publish his college newsletters after the US president called her a "bad student."

  Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez défie Trump de publier ses bulletins universitaires © Frank Franklin II / AP / SIPA

"Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez was a bad student… She's not even smart," Donald Trump said on Fox Business on August 13, 2020. The Democrat graduated in economics and international relations in 2011 at Boston University. Above all, she finished her schooling by obtaining a "cum laude", a sort of distinction for her good work, when she was already working with Senator Ted Kennedy on immigration issues. The declaration was therefore surprising and made “AOC” react. On Twitter, she wrote: "Let's make a deal, Mr. President: you make your report cards public, I will make mine public and we will see who is the best student."

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Alexandria Ocasio - Cortez serves drinks in support of One Fair Wage at the Queensboro restaurant Caruso-Cabrera, who published a book in 2011 called You Know I’m Right: More Prosperity, Less Ocasio - Cortez ’s campaign declined to comment on the challenge . But people close to the campaign

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Let's make a deal, Mr. President:

You release your college transcript, I'll release mine, and we'll see who was the better student.

Loser has to fund the Post Office. https://t.co/OXnmJxufIw

- Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez (@AOC) August 13, 2020

As a reminder, Donald Trump graduated in 1968 from Wharton School, a business school attached to the university from Pennsylvania. At the end of her tweet, Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez suggests to Donald Trump that the winner of the duel finances the national post. The Democrat is referring to the Republican president’s refusal not to fund the postal vote for the presidential election next November, considering that postal voting is unreliable. Trump opposes this voting system, as the coronavirus epidemic is still hitting the United States hard and could force many Americans to stay away from the polls in a matter of weeks.

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Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez and Republican John Kasich trade barbs before they both speak at the Democratic convention .
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