The social media feud between Congresswoman Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez (D-NY) and Tesla CEO Elon Musk continued Thursday when Musk dared the politician to create a poll asking her followers who they find more trustworthy, billionaires or politicians.
On Thursday, Musk created a poll on his Twitter account which asked his 95.2 million followers to vote on who they trusted the least.
"Who do you trust less? Real question," Musk tweeted, providing the option to vote between politicians and billionaires.
The possible new owner of Twitter took it a step further and dared Ocasio-Cortez to front the same poll on her own Twitter account.
"@AOC I dare you to run the same poll with your followers," Musk added.
As of Thursday evening, AOC has not yet publicly responded to Musk's challenge nor is there a poll showing on her Twitter feed. However, in Musk's poll as of publishing, 76.8 percent of respondents said politicians were less trustworthy than billionaires.
Musk's playful banter towards the Congresswoman began last month when he responded to a tweet from the "Squad" member complaining about Musk's purchase of Twitter.
"Stop hitting on me, I'm really shy," Musk hit back.
A deleted response from AOC said: "I was talking about Zuckerberg but ok."
Musk was referencing an unhinged thread of tweets AOC made in December talking about how Republicans were mad that they can’t date her.
"If Republicans are mad they can't date me they can just say that instead of projecting their sexual frustrations onto my boyfriend's feet," Ocasio-Cortez wrote, adding, "Ya creepy weirdos."
She was referencing a tweet from former Trump advisor Steve Cortes, who pointed out that the New York Representative took a vacation to Florida and was seen without a mask despite preaching wearing it, and talking about her boyfriend's Birkenstock sandals.
AOC continued: "It's starting to get old ignoring the very obvious, strange, and deranged sexual frustrations that underpin the Republican fixation on me, women, &LGBT+ people in general. These people clearly need therapy, won't do it, and use politics as their outlet instead. It's really weird."