Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez warned that electing Mike Bloomberg in November would pave the way in which for one more candidate who could possibly be “even worse” than President Trump.

The freshman lawmaker stated she thinks it’s “not a good suggestion” to place the previous three-term New York mayor within the White Home even when he’s the candidate who may beat Trump.

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“We clearly should beat Trump,” she informed “The Breakfast Membership” present on Energy 105.1 AM on Tuesday. “But when we beat Trump and return to the identical insurance policies that we had earlier than, a worse Trump goes to come back. A Trump that’s extra subtle, whose fascism is much less apparent, goes to come back and issues may get even worse.”

Ocasio-Cortez, who has spoken at Sen. Bernie Sanders’ marketing campaign rallies, famous how Bloomberg’s controversial insurance policies like stop-and-frisk and his feedback about how ending the discriminatory apply of redlining contributed to the 2008 monetary meltdown are coming points of interest of a Bloomberg presidency.

“Lots of people don’t know Bloomberg. We’re right here in New York Metropolis. We lived beneath his tenure as mayor,” she stated. “We all know precisely what he did. That is a part of what he’s doing when he is available in, swoops in tremendous late within the recreation with billions of {dollars} at his disposal and is ready to form of bathe the airwaves together with his money.”

Bloomberg, whose value is estimated at $65 billion, has spent greater than $400 million on a nationwide marketing campaign advert blitz since getting into the race in November.

AOC stated regardless of his apologies for utilizing the apply of stop-and-frisk, Bloomberg has not executed sufficient within the eyes of minority voters to grow to be a presidential candidate.

“I feel that redemption in politics is a suitable factor, however you must earn it,” Ocasio-Cortez stated. “It must be confirmed by years of labor and evolution for the best factor.”

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“That is what occurred with Bloomberg. He was down with stop-and-frisk. He fought for it within the courts, the courts overturned it as unconstitutional. He nonetheless fought it, defended it after him being mayor after which … 5 minutes earlier than he runs for president, he says, ‘Okay, perhaps this wasn’t the best coverage.’”