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BREAKING: Trump’s Serious WARNING About Ocasio-Cortez

If you thought Democrats like Senator Chuck Schumer, House Speaker Nancy, President Biden, and Barack Obama were bad you have another thing coming because former President Trump was just issued a serious warning about progressive Democrats such as Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez and others.

As the Democrat Party continues to fight amongst themselves over passing the $3.5 trillion spending bill, Trump has warned that progressive Democrats like AOC are the “true powerhouse.”

Trump then warned that Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez is gunning for Senate Majority Leader Chuck Schumer’s senate seat.

Currently, moderate Democrats are struggling to keep Biden from becoming overly influenced by progressives such as Bernie Sanders and Ocasio-Cortez and it looks like they will become the future of the Democratic Party.

According to Newsmax, Trump warned America about AOC and said, “The progressives gain far more power with the legislation being currently talked about by failing than if it passes. It makes them a true powerhouse. Next up, Rep. Alexandria Ocasio Cortez, D-N.Y., running against (Senate Majority Leader) Chuck Schumer, D-N.Y., for his US Senate Seat!

Progressives, like Ocasio-Cortez, are currently holding the $1.2 trillion infrastructure bill hostage by saying they will refuse vote on it unless it is “linked” to the $3.5 trillion budget reconciliation bill which contains President Biden’s plans for expanding Medicaid and Medicare among other things.

Trump isn’t the only one who is predicting that controversial Democrat Ocasio-Cortez will take Schumer’s seat. Other progressive Democrats have been demanding for AOC to run against him.

 CNN’s Dana Bash recently asked AOC about the possibility of it and AOC replied, “I know it drives everybody nuts, but the way that I really feel about this and the way that I really approach my politics and my political career is that I do not look at things and I do not set my course positionally.”

“And I know there’s a lot of people who do not believe that, but I really, I can’t operate the way that I operate and do the things that I do in politics while trying to be, aspiring to other things or calculating to other things.”

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