Leave it to Representative Lauren Boebert to troll AOC like nobody else can.
Rep. Boebert seemingly took inspiration from AOC’s “Tax the Rich” dress, but put her own twist on it while visiting President Donald Trump at Mar-a-Lago on Thursday.
Boebert wore a red dress with the words “Let’s go Brandon” written on it in white, which was the complete inverse of AOC’s dress.
Boebert showed off pictures of herself in the dress posing alongside President Donald Trump, who gave his approval of the elegant dress in the photo.
Boebert also tweeted: “It’s not a phrase, it’s a movement.”
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Here’s the story courtesy of the New York Post:
Republican Rep. Lauren Boebert trolled AOC’s “Tax the Rich” Met Gala dress and Democrats’ terrible Tuesday election results in one shot — posting her own fashion statement, a red dress emblazoned with the “Let’s Go, Brandon” slogan that’s become a rallying cry against President Biden’s policies.
On Thursday, Boebert (R-Colo.) shared a photo on Twitter of her wearing the red dress while posing next to former President Donald Trump — with her back to the camera to better show the white-lettered statement running down the back.
“It’s not a phrase, it’s a movement,” she wrote in the tweet.
The Hill has more on Boebert’s fashion statement:
“It’s not just a phrase, it’s a movement, right? And people are sick and tired of this administration and all the destructive things they’ve done, especially to our economy, and the way that they express that right now is with ‘Let’s go, Brandon,’” Boebert’s communication director Ben Stout told Fox News.
Boebert’s office did not immediately respond to The Hill’s request for comment.
“Let’s go, Brandon” was initially said in reference to NASCAR driver Brandon Brown, though its fans are using it as a substitute for a vulgar phrase about President Biden.
I think we all know who wore it better…
Let’s go Brandon!