AOC responds to Kellyanne Conway saying she won't resign from US Air Force Academy board: 'Don't let the fascist victim complex hit you on the way out'

Alexandria Ocasio Cortez was seen at Jacobi Hospital, Morris Park on June 3, 2021 in New York City's Bronx borough. Michael M. Santiago/Getty Images
Rep. Alexandria Ocasio Cortez attacked Kellyanne Conway via Twitter on Wednesday

Conway refused to resign as a member of the board of visitors for US Air Force Academy.

The Biden administration demanded that several Trump heirs resign from the military school boards on Wednesday.

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After Conway refused Wednesday to resign as a member of the US Air Force Academy's board of visitors, Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez wrote that Kellyanne Conway was a former Trump White House counselor.

The White House Office of Presidential Personnel had sent letters earlier in the day to ex-members of Trump's administration, asking them to resign from their posts on the advisory and visitor boards for the US Military Academy and US Naval Academy. Those who refused to resign would be fired.

Conway, Sean Spicer (ex-press secretary) and H.R., the former National Security Advisor, were among those asked to resign. McMaster and others.

Conway responded by posting a Twitter letter addressed to President Joe Biden in which she said that she will not be resigning her position as a member of the board members for the US Air Force Academy.

Conway signed her letter, "I'm still not resigning but you should,"

Rep. Ocasio Cortez quoted Conway on Twitter and replied to her rejection letter.

"A predictable, but not unfavorable, outcome. Holding onto power against the will of the people is kind of your Trump's / GOP's thing. Ocasio-Cortez tweeted.

She added, "Don't let fascist victim comp get you when you're fired."

Conway was a controversial member in Donald Trump's government until she quit, citing family obligations in August 2020.

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