Greg Gutfeld and the panel on "The Five" reacted to newly-elected Congresswoman Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez (D-N.Y.) slamming Politico for alleged fake news reporting.

Ocasio-Cortez, a socialist who upset a top Democrat in Queens and The Bronx, took to Twitter to claim a story "has not a single name or verifiable source" and called it "birdcage lining."

The story reported that Ocasio-Cortez is scheming to unseat fellow New York City liberal Democrat Rep. Hakeem Jeffries.

Jeffries will assume the role of Democratic Caucus chair -- which Ocasio-Cortez' predecessor Joseph Crowley held.

He is also somewhat of a neighbor of hers, representing nearby East New York, Brooklyn and Howard Beach, Queens.

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Jeffries reportedly angered the left-wing group "Justice Democrats" for taking too much corporate money, an endeavor Ocasio-Cortez has railed against.

"I am awaiting the media outrage," Gutfeld said. "How dare she attack the press, isn't she putting reporters in harm's way?"

Trump critics in the media have used that argument to fight back against the president's icy relationship with them.

Jason Chaffetz added that Ocasio-Cortez "comes off as very Trumpian" and that the sparring with Politico is just another example of her "literally engaging everything."

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