"I personally gave up Facebook, which was kind of a big deal because I started my campaign on Facebook", Ocasio-Cortez continued.
Biden clearly wouldn't be Ocasio-Cortez' first choice.
As far as her use of Twitter, Ocasio-Cortez says she will still be there for her followers at a more a moderate level.
Ocasio-Cortez said that newly re-elected Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu's pledge to annex territory in the West Bank should be opposed by the U.S. government. Both technologists parted ways with the social network amid a user boycott and as the company faced a congressional inquiry over the Cambridge Analytica controversy, when it was revealed that the political firm had improperly obtained personal information from millions of Facebook users. Rep. Barr wants her to apologize for comments toward Texas Congressman Dan Crenshaw on Twitter. "There are amplified impacts for young people, particularly children under the age of three with screen time".
She said in the interview that her team still has accounts on Facebook. "I think it's something that can be discussed", the prominent progressiver lawmaker said on Yahoo's "Skullduggery" podcast on Sunday.
"The top tip, I think, is really to be yourself and to really write your own tweets so that people know it's you talking", Ocasio-Cortez told ABC News after emerging from class in January. "I think that Netanyahu is a Trump-like figure". "Increased isolation, depression, anxiety, addiction, escapism".
A spokeswoman for Congresswoman Ocasio-Cortez's office told the Lexington Herald-Leader's Washington Bureau that she does not plan on apologizing.
While many of Ocasio-Cortez's critics and fans believe that her social media game is her greatest strength, Ocasio-Cortez has become a frequent punching bag on social media as numerous things that she posts are false, offensive, or both.