Tomi Lahren on Dem Socialist Ocasio-Cortez: 'It's Always Interesting to Watch a Trainwreck'
'I'm over Hillary. This is my new girl.'
Fox News contributor Tomi Lahren sounded off on the recent stumbles of Democratic socialist Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez on "Watters' World."
Ocasio-Cortez appeared to have her political colors mixed up recently while supporting a congressional candidate in Kansas.
Speaking in a video posted to Sen. Bernie Sanders' Twitter account, the millennial politician said she, Sanders and Brent Welder would "flip this seat red in November."
Lahren said Saturday that seeing Ocasio-Cortez falter is "hilarious."
Ocasio-Cortez surprisingly won a New York Democratic primary in June, and was roundly ridiculed for flubbing an interview question last week in which she criticized Israel’s "occupation” of the Palestinian territories.
"I used to love it when Hillary Clinton would come on TV because I thought that it would make it so much easier for [Republicans] in November and in 2020," Lahren said.
"But I'm over Hillary. This is my new girl."
Ocasio-Cortez also called for protesters to occupy ICE offices and airports around the country, a tactic that Lahren said just gets people riled up.
Watters added that his favorite statement by Ocasio-Cortez was when she said capitalism "will not always exist in the world."
She blamed "no-holds-barred, Wild West, hyper-capitalism" for the problems working Americans face, and credited the low unemployment rate to people having multiple jobs.
"I don't think she gets it," Watters said.
Watch the segment above.