It was an interesting week for Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez. A documentary was released Wednesday on Netflix that featured her underdog campaign, she publicly backed the Department of Veterans Affairs, pushed for the resignation of Attorney General William Barr, ripped a Twitter posting from Chase Bank and called for the breakup of big tech companies.

But she began the week battling a familiar foe: White House adviser Kellyanne Conway.

In a CNN appearance on Easter Sunday, Conway said Ocasio-Cortez had posted comments "many times" on Twitter about the New Zealand mosque shootings but "never once" tweeted about the Sri Lanka church bombings. It seemed to be a veiled suggestion that Ocasio-Cortez had some type of problem with Christianity.

It didn't take long for Ocasio-Cortez to retort. She posted five tweets in response to Conway's comments after initially posting a singing Easter video.

It wasn't Conway's first foray into criticizing the popular freshman congresswoman. In December, she accused Ocasio-Cortez of spewing "nonsense" about the Green New Deal and other initiatives.

Ocasio-Cortez again would fire back on Twitter.

Feuds aside, Ocasio-Cortez has used social media as a tool to fight back against criticism and raise awareness about specific issues. The 29-year-old has over 4 million followers and has tweeted nearly 7,800 times. Her pinned tweet is about climate change and the Green New Deal.

In her first week in office, a 30-second video intended to embarrass Cortez was posted on Twitter that showed her while in college and dancing on the roof of a building with the caption: "Here is America’s favorite commie know-it-all acting like the clueless nitwit she is."

Savvier than most lawmakers, Ocasio-Cortez posted a short video of herself dancing outside her office with the caption: "You hate me coz you ain’t me, fellas." 

In February, she got into a Twitter battle with first daughter Ivanka Trump.

Trump, responding to a question about Ocasio-Cortez's Green New Deal, said in a Fox News interview that, "I don’t think most Americans, in their heart, want to be given something," and "This idea of a guaranteed minimum is not something most people want."

Ocasio-Cortez would fire back in a tweet that received 248,000 likes.