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"Would you be in favor of reducing military or economic aid to Israel?" co-host Daniel Klaidman asked. She also criticized Netanyahu as a "Trump-like figure".

"I mean, I think it's on the table, I certainly think it's on the table", Ocasio-Cortez replied.

"We need to expand what those policy conversations are", said Ocasio-Cortez, "because as just a citizen of this country, I would be very concerned if Trump started really pursuing more and more and more increasingly risky policies and everyone just standing aside and say this is normal, this is just like before".

"I think so", Ocasio-Cortez responded.

The interview was aired Monday and taped a day earlier.

"There's just so many things", she said.

The freshman Congresswoman added she hopes to be in a supporting role for this issue because she thinks "we need to expand what those policy conversations are".

Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu addresses supporters as election results are announced in Tel Aviv, April 09, 2019.

"Every once in a while you'll see me hop on Twitter on the weekends, but for the most part, I take consumption of content - when it comes to consumption and reading - I take the weekends off", Ocasio-Cortez said. Betty McCollum even has a proposal that she's advanced asking the us not to fund child detention, Israeli child detention of Palestinian children. "We recommend she engage with Dem leaders Eliot Engel, Nita Lowey, & Ted Deutch before contemplating the future of U.S. military aid to Israel", the group said. Both technologists parted ways with the social network amid a user boycott and as the company faced a congressional inquiry over the Cambridge Analytica controversy, when it was revealed that the political firm had improperly obtained personal information from millions of Facebook users.

"I support impeaching this President", she said.

However, she also admitted she was not an expert on the subject when asked about it by PBS in July, before she was elected. She says that Rep. Crenshaw was "fanning the flames of hate".

Last month during a House Financial Services Committee meeting, Rep. Barr invited Rep. Ocasio-Cortez to tour a coal mine with him. "But I also know that there have been people leading on this for a long time, like Congresswoman [Betty] McCollum".



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