Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez answered a question about Donald Trump with this brutal choice

Like everyone in Washington, D.C., Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez is facing down the possible outcomes in the 2024 election.

All the speculation revolves around Donald Trump.

And Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez answered a question about Donald Trump with this brutal choice.

Ocasio-Cortez appeared on CNN to rant and rave about Republicans kicking her ally Ilhan Omar off the Foreign Affairs Committee over her history of anti-Semitic remarks.

Like all Democrats, Ocasio-Cortez could not help but turn the issue at hand into a discussion about Donald Trump’s role in the Republican Party.

Even though Donald Trump is not in office nor did he originally promise Republicans would kick Omar off the Committee if the GOP won the majority, Ocasio-Cortez claimed the vote to oust Omar was evidence of a “Trumpian political” party.

“I think Speaker McCarthy gets a fundraising boom. I think he gets potentially currying favor with either Trump and his base, saying I delivered on these promises. I’m a good soldier to the Trumpian political base. I am really letting the world know that the House Republican Party is now being fully transformed,” Ocasio-Cortez raged.

Ocasio-Cortez repeated the false claim that Trump has no political agenda outside of settling scores.

“We are cementing the transformation. Even with Donald Trump being gone, they’re cementing the transformation of the Republican Party into a Trumpian party. One that settles petty political scores that is no longer motivated by a classic quote, unquote ‘conservative politics of reducing a tax base’ et cetera, but this is truly about service to their benefactors,” Ocasio-Cortez added.

That is not true at all.

Trump campaigned on a very specific agenda in 2016 of building a wall and securing the border, ending foreign wars in the Middle East, and renegotiating unfair trade deals that shipped jobs overseas to Mexico and Communist China.

Host John Berman asked Ocasio-Cortez what this vote to eject Omar from the Foreign Affairs Committee meant for Trump’s chances in 2024.

Ocasio-Cortez claimed it meant Trump would either win the nomination or destroy whoever did win out of spite.

“I mean, we may see. He will either be the nominee, or he will burn down anyone who isn’t him who is the nominee,” Ocasio-Cortez continued.

These comments came hours after Trump told radio host Hugh Hewitt that he would not commit to endorsing the GOP nominee and would instead see who it was before making a final decision.

Renewed Right will keep you up-to-date on any new developments in this ongoing story.