Since she burst on the political stage, New York Representative Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez has shown a bluntness that’s been atypical of most members of Congress. To say it has caused some friction already would be an understatement. And that only continued with her latest comments amid the Michael Cohen hearing.

Speaking to Rolling Stone in an interview published Wednesday, Ocasio-Cortez said that there is “no question” she’d vote to impeach President Donald Trump and doesn’t understand the controversy behind that statement.

“I don’t even know why it’s controversial I mean, OK, it’s not that I don’t know why it’s controversial. I understand that some people come from very tough districts where their constituents are torn,” The congresswoman added. “But for me and my community in the Bronx and Queens, it’s easy.”

What now adds to those statements was her performance during the Cohen hearing before the House Oversight and Reform Committee on Wednesday when she got the chance to question Trump’s former lawyer. Ocasio-Cortez was able to get Cohen to admit, under oath, that he believes Trump devalued his assets in order to pay lower real estate taxes.

In a Twitter post following the hearing, AOC credited her previous experience bartending in New York City for how she performed.

But she also hasn’t shied away from acknowledging the similarities between herself and Trump, specifically with Twitter. In a Rolling Stone interview, she said, “There are similarities. People who succeed in social media follow similar tenets. In order to resonate with people, you have to tell them what you mean, you have to be willing to make mistakes, you have to be willing to be vulnerable and learn as you go.”