Fudge said Thursday she was "overwhelmed" by the support colleagues offered after she announced that she was mulling a challenge to Nancy Pelosi to become House speaker in January.
Interested in Democratic Party?She didn't win it by herself", Fudge added, also saying: "If we're going to give her credit for the wins, why is she not responsible for all the losses?"
"People keep giving me directions to the spouse and intern events instead of the ones for members of Congress", she tweeted.
House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi (D-Calif.) said today that "every place" she goes people tell her "thank you for saving America".
House Democrats will select their nominee for speaker in an election the week after Thanksgiving. With about 234 Democrats expected in the House in the next congressional session, she can lose only 16 of her members, if everyone votes.
Publicly, Democrats seem to be sticking with the story that they're running for their prospective leadership positions and back Pelosi. Just because she has a sense of style doesn't mean Ocasio-Cortez has stacks!
Asked whether she thought critics opposing her for speaker might be sexist, Pelosi responded, "You'd have to ask those people what their motivation is".
Splintered migrant caravan groups arrive at United States border
He said the state government, the Roman Catholic Church and city officials in Escuinapa, Sinaloa, were helping the migrants. The plan is for many to turn themselves in at the San Ysidro Port of Entry and ask the USA government for asylum.
While the anti-Pelosi group looks satisfied to not present any alternative candidate, satisfied that blocking her would be enough to eventually spur a race, she seemed happy to have Fudge in the race.
"Come on in, the water's warm", she said in a press conference when asked about her possible challengers.
"We're not feeling the love", she added.
It is not the first time conservatives have ripped Ocasio-Cortez for her clothes.
At least one Democrat, Marcia Fudge (Ohio), seems to be shedding some of the pretense and openly discussing a possible challenge to Pelosi.
"She's a next-generation leader that people will look to and say, 'That's the future of our party, that's the future of our country, and that's exactly the kind of leader that I want to see as our next speaker'". "I enjoy a tremendous amount of support from the women in our caucus - from the new members who are women in our caucus - and so I get the upside, I think, of being a woman".