Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez's proposal on coronavirus triggers Twitter spat with Nikki Haley

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Washington, United States Published: Nov 20, 2020, 05.08 PM(IST)

File photo: Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez and Nikki Haley Photograph:( Reuters )

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Republicans have scrutinised the HEROES Act over what they state are billions in bailouts for Democrat-run expresses that would compensate their lead representatives for unforgiving lockdowns as opposed to helping individuals and organizations monetarily destroyed by them

A proposition by New York congresswoman Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez to pay American people staying at home triggered a spat on Twitter with former UN ambassador of the country Nikki Haley and another prominent Republican.

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In response, the former Republican governor of South Carolina Nikki Haley, alluding to AOC's different recommendations, tweeted:

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Ocasio-Cortez immediately shot back that she needed Republicans to "discover the spine to face their corporate givers" and decision in favor of the Democrats' HEROES Act, which evidently does exclude a "Money Street bailout" this time. 

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Republicans have scrutinised the HEROES Act over what they state are billions in bailouts for Democrat-run expresses that would compensate their lead representatives for unforgiving lockdowns as opposed to helping individuals and organizations monetarily destroyed by them. 

Congressperson Kelly Loeffler (R-Georgia) additionally joined the conflict, tweeting:

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AOC reacted by blaming Loeffler for having no reason for having a problem with utilisation of public assets, citing a case that she had "talented yourself personal luxury plane on an open dime and abused degenerate assessment escape clauses to do it." 

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Loeffler considered the allegation a "some conspicuous lie to occupy from your communist closure" and raised AOC's own duty issues from a year ago. 

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While their separate fan bases savored the Twitter contention, it doesn't appear to have convinced anybody of the general benefits of any of the proposition in question.

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