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AOC insists she DOES live in the Bronx after accusations that neighbors have never met her and mail piles up at her apartment for months

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I don't care where she lives but something about her moving to DC or already live her popped up in my news feed the other day? I only read the headlines so I don't know how true this is. 

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20 minutes ago, Unidentified said:

I don't care where she lives but something about her moving to DC or already live her popped up in my news feed the other day? I only read the headlines so I don't know how true this is. 

Like you, IDC.  But one must wonder why she is dodging the question, running away from reporters asking her about it.  Strange behavior usually means something to hide.  Guess we will know in time.

 

Read in a separate article that her neighbors say they haven’t seen her nor her boyfriend coming going from her supposed condo that her dad left her.

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7 minutes ago, ALFKAD said:

Like you, IDC.  But one must wonder why she is dodging the question, running away from reporters asking her about it.  Strange behavior usually means something to hide.  Guess we will know in time.

 

Read in a separate article that her neighbors say they haven’t seen her nor her boyfriend coming going from her supposed condo that her dad left her.

Yeah, that seems weird. Like Randyandyuni mentioned, the residence of politicians is rather fluid and I guess they might not want to say exactly where they live... To still not be honest and say I live in that city or that city... That is strange. 






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4 minutes ago, Randyandyuni said:

Residence for politicians seems rather fluid

 

1 minute ago, Unidentified said:

Yeah, that seems weird. Like Randyandyuni mentioned, the residence of politicians is rather fluid and I guess they might not want to say exactly where they live... To still not be honest and say I live in that city or that city... That is strange. 

What I found funny is that some politicians actually maintain no residence around/in DC at all. They sleep in their offices at night and go back to their districts every chance they can.

Of course the Democrats are finding fault with this.

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12 minutes ago, Cyberfx1024 said:

 

What I found funny is that some politicians actually maintain no residence around/in DC at all. They sleep in their offices at night and go back to their districts every chance they can.

Of course the Democrats are finding fault with this.

I wouldn’t want to live in DC.  Or NY, for that matter.  Property prices and taxes are ridiculous.

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13 minutes ago, Cyberfx1024 said:

 

What I found funny is that some politicians actually maintain no residence around/in DC at all. They sleep in their offices at night and go back to their districts every chance they can.

Of course the Democrats are finding fault with this.

I thought they were going to stop allowing them to do that? I don't get why it is an issue though. Why should they be forced to set up residence in DC? It's just like everyone else who needs to go somewhere else for work: you find a place to sleep and you go home as soon as you can. 






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1 minute ago, ALFKAD said:

I wouldn’t want to live in DC.  Or NY, for that matter.  Property prices and taxes are ridiculous.

I live in a rural suburb outside DC and we pay a ridiculous amount in rent. Almost $2000 for a 2 bedroom apartment. 






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She has no district office and no local phone number, unlike the state’s three other freshman members.

 

And it’s unclear whether the 29-year-old lawmaker, who represents the Bronx and Queens, actually still lives in the Parkchester neighborhood that has been so closely tied to her rise — even though she won her upset victory over fellow Democrat Rep. Joe Crowley with accusations that his home in Virginia made him too Washington-focused to serve his district.

Would be ironic if she DID move to DC, after giving Crowley grief about it.

 

I live in Queens and haven’t seen her once; maybe I will take a trip to Parkchester this coming week and see if I can spot her.

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45 minutes ago, Unidentified said:

I thought they were going to stop allowing them to do that? I don't get why it is an issue though. Why should they be forced to set up residence in DC? It's just like everyone else who needs to go somewhere else for work: you find a place to sleep and you go home as soon as you can. 

Yeah that's what I am talking about is that the Democrats are trying to put a stop that practice. Vice actually had a good story on it about a month ago.

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