The Obsession Continues: Peggy Noonan Says AOC Had A ‘Bad Night’ At SOTU

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Peggy Noonan, once President Ronald Regan’s primary speechwriter and now a Wall Street Journal columnist, was cited by multiple morning shows Wednesday as an expert on the State of the Union whose opinion of President Donald Trump’s speech was notable and sought after.

Noonan, however, felt compelled to shift her professional focus from the speech itself to the object of Republicans’ constant fascination and ire: Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez (D-NY).

It is unclear how Noonan would judge a “bad night” for the congresswoman, as she sat in the audience during the speech, amid a sea of her white-clad peers, and did not have a speaking role.

Ocasio-Cortez quickly shot back:

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