A bartender-immediately-turned-Congresswoman who, according to some, has yet to indicate any understanding of anything to do with economics, history, or government, may not be the best person to criticize someone for a lack of job credentials.

But Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez isn’t much for convention.

So here we go:

Ivanka Trump accompanied the President on his trip to Osaka Japan’s G20 summit. In photos with world leaders, there she was. The First Daughter represented the U.S. in meetings with leaders from ’round the globe and led the U.S. delegation during a discussion devoted to women’s economic empowerment.

AOC wasn’t into it.

Therefore, this:

“It may be shocking to some, but being someone’s daughter actually isn’t a career qualification. It hurts our diplomatic standing when the President phones it in & the world moves on. The US needs our President working the G20. Bringing a qualified diplomat couldn’t hurt either.”

Talk about outdoing yourself.

I’m buckling my seatbelt for the impending mockery.

Here it comes…

Not everybody was against Alexandria. One user recognized her for the “scholar” she is:

As for Ivanka’s resume, The Daily Wire laid it out:

[P]rior to joining the administration, Ivanka Trump was an executive vice president with the Trump Organization and served as CEO of her own clothing and accessories empire.

What did misogynistic Trump and shouldn’t-be-there Ivanka do over in Japan? Well, they teamed up for a little bit o’ this:

Still, they’ve got a long way to go…to make it to the Big Leagues of here:


-ALEX

 

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