The AOC responded after Biden said the Green New Deal was ‘not my plan’ during the discussion

Democratic nominee B Biden withdrew from the U.S. after his signature legal proposal was distanced from the multitrillion-dollar bill. Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez announced the tone-down reaction on Tuesday night.

“The Green New Deal is not my plan,” Biden said in response to President Trump’s statement during the first presidential debate in Cleveland on Tuesday night, referring to Ocasio-Cortez’s package of proposals to change energy production and consumption in the UK.

“No, I don’t support the Green New Deal,” Biden insisted. “I support the Biden plan that has been put forward, which is different [Trump] Says the Green New Deal. “

Callien Conway, who recently resigned as White House counsel, tweeted a part of Biden’s remarks, which drew a response from Ocasio-Cortez.

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“This is not news, Kaliana,” the New York Democrat wrote. “Our differences are exactly why I joined Biden’s Climate Unity Task Force – so we can bridge our differences and find an aggressive climate plan to meet the planetary crisis on our feet.

“Even Trump doesn’t believe climate change is real,” he added.

In June, Biden unveiled his Biden Plan for a Clean Energy Revolution and Environmental Justice – an al 1.7 trillion, 10-year proposal that his campaign said complemented by additional private sector and state and local benefits of more than 5 trillion. will be done. Investments. He described the plan as much less expensive than the Green New Deal, which is estimated to cost tr trillion dollars.

But Biden said he used the Green New Deal as the framework for his proposal.

C Casio-Cortez is the candidate chosen for the White House, the progressive sen of Vermont. Bernie Sanders began supporting Biden as president only after Biden dropped out of the race after a series of primary losses.

Then in August, during a Democratic Party convention, Occio-Cortez was outraged by NBC News, then claimed in a tweet at the outlet that she “did not support Biden.”

U.S.  Rep.  Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez initially did not support Biden for president, but she has since backed her fellow Democrats.

U.S. Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez initially did not support Biden for president, but she has since backed her fellow Democrats.

During the convention, the party formally invited Sanders to be nominated as part of the process requirement because Sanders had gathered enough delegates to be eligible for nomination.

The congresswoman accused the network of turning “routine procedural motion” in an attempt to generate “hate-clicks” against her, waiting for hours to clarify the original tweet about her.

She accused the network of providing “damage and misinformation” – and the impression is that it does not support the Biden nomination, although it did support Biden after he withdrew from the Sanders race.

In another tweet Tuesday about the Green New Deal, Ocasio-Cortez accused Republicans of using “random, rising numbers” to describe its potential costs to taxpayers.

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“When Republicans talk of the Green New Deal being worth 100 trillion dollars, please be aware that they are doing a do evil thing where they are calling at random, increasing the number and making ominous noises,” he wrote.

“See for yourself,” he added. “It’s written so you don’t need a law degree to read.”

Her tweet then provides a link to Green New Deal aka Home Resolution 109.

Paul Steinhauser of Fox News contributed to this story.