REPORT: AOC won’t say if she will adhere to her own $80,000 office salary cap
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Democratic Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez is refusing to say whether she will subject her own $174,000 congressional salary to the $80,000 cap she has set for her staff.
Numerous attempts were made by the Washington Examiner to obtain comment from the New York congresswoman’s office about whether she would adhere to the cap, which she says she instituted to be able to pay her lower paid employees a proper “living wage” of $52,000.
The article goes on to state the following:
But her office declined to respond, and it does not appear Ocasio-Cortez herself has publicly offered to limit her earnings, even if only by donating to charity the difference between her congressional pay and her office limit.
If she doesn’t, she will continue to collect more than twice as much as any of her staffers.
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Rep. @AOC has capped her staff’s salary at $80,000/year.
But she’s refused to reveal whether the same cap affects her $174,000 /year salary.
— Washington Examiner (@dcexaminer) March 12, 2019
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