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    Arrow Peggy Noonan says Ocasio-Cortez has ‘rare bad night,’ freshman rep responds

    Peggy Noonan says Ocasio-Cortez has ‘rare bad night,’ freshman rep responds
    https://www.foxnews.com/politics/u-s...-trump-address

    ".........Peggy Noonan, the Wall Street Journal columnist, tweeted that the 29-year-old Democrat looked "sullen, teenaged and at a loss" during a night where the freshman rep kept mostly silent and refused to applaud president Trump's remarks as he touted his administration's low unemployment numbers and efforts to cure AIDS and stop sex traffickers

    • Tweet from Peggy Nonnan: And good natured with the white jackets, who I see some on twitter are calling the straight jackets. AOC had a rare bad night, looking not spirited, warm and original as usual but sullen, teenaged and at a loss. 2.


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    ".......Noonan tweeted, "This has been a deeply adept speech in terms of policy. He cut to the muscle on legal and illegal immigration, on abortion and infanticide, on foreign wars. His vow on socialism will be remembered. Great heroes in the balcony, a real American panoply"......"

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