ALEXANDRIA Ocasio-Cortez called Donald Trump a “motherf***er” for allegedly paying just $750 in taxes—in a Vanity Fair story that she posed for wearing about $14,000 worth of designer outfits.
For Vanity Fair which published her foul-mouthed rant on Wednesday, Ocasio-Cortez wore new silk suits from Aliette, Carolina Herrera and Loewe, as well as Christian Louboutin heels, according to the Daily Mail.
The current season fashion pieces have a retail value of more than $14,000, the media outlet reported.
In addition, Ocasio-Cortez reportedly got to take home the $2,850 Loewe suit, and possibly other fashion pieces.
Ocasio-Cortez was photographed with children from the Bronx and quoted saying that “dressing the part has been an unexpected struggle, but it’s also a way to connect with constituents.”
Meanwhile, she donned $1,450 earrings and an $800 dress.
Ocasio-Cortez’s rant was her latest spat with Trump to play out in the press.
“These are the same people saying that we can’t have tuition-free public colleges because there’s no money,” the New York City Democrat Representative raged.
“When these motherf***ers are only paying $750 a year in taxes.”
Ocasio-Cortez was referring to what the president paid in taxes in 2016 and 2017, according to the New York Times.
The newspaper also alleged that he paid no taxes in ten of the 15 years before running for US president.
Trump has hit back at the report, claiming he “pre-paid millions” in tax dollars.
Ocasio-Cortez acknowledged her expletive-ridden tirade about the president on Twitter today, writing “I try not to curse in public, but …” followed by a shrugging emoji.
She chatted to Vanity Fair shortly after that alleged scandal emerged in an interview which saw her slam Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell.
“Trump is the racist visionary but McConnell gets the job done,” she declared.
“He doesn’t do anything without Trump’s blessing. Trump says, ‘Jump.’ McConnell says, ‘How high?’”
“Trump never does what McConnell says,” the congresswoman added.
Ocasio-Cortez described next week’s election as a decision “about a decision between two countries” and claimed she didn’t want to serve in a higher office.
She also said the Democratic Party is “not good enough right now,” adding: “you know how many Trumps there are in waiting?”
Her comments about Potus are the latest installment in their ongoing feud.
Last week, AOC told interviewer Jane Fonda that being Trump’s enemy was “a badge of honor” because he is a “fascist president.”
Trump labeled her a “socialist” and claimed Joe Biden is her “puppet,” while AOC accused him of being a “white supremacist.”
On Sunday, she reiterated that Dems should focus on electing Biden before policy-pushing.
Speaking to CNN’s State of the Union, she said the Democratic Party “need to make sure that we win this White House.
“Frankly, I think it would be privilege and would be a luxury for us to talk about what we would lobby Democratic and how we would push the next Democratic administration,” Ocasio-Cortez said.
“AOC is a name given to me by community & the people,” she said. “Y’all can call me AOC.
“Government colleagues referring to each other in a public or professional context (aka who don’t know me like that) should refer to their peers as ‘Congresswoman,’ ‘Representative,’ etc. Basic respect 101.”