Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene (R-GA) has challenged Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez (D-N.Y.) to join a discussion on the Green New Deal and the economy.

Greene tweeted on Wednesday: “@AOC I’d like to challenge you to a debate on the Green New Deal economic policy. Since you sponsored the Green New Deal and have a degree in Economics, I’m sure you are more than qualified.” 

The Georgia Republican went on to say that she has a business history, including running a construction company for years, and that the public needs to hear both sides of the Green New Deal’s possible economic effects.

“I just have a degree in Business Admin and have owned a construction company for 20 years. A debate between AOC and I on the Green New Deal economic policy would be informative for the American People. They deserve to hear the two sides with pro’s and cons,” she tweeted.

Greene proposed that the two congresswomen choose moderators for the debate and that they discuss which news organization will host it.

“Let’s do this for The People. What do you say?” she wrote.

Greene tagged Ocasio-Cortez in her tweet, but as of early Friday, the challenge has gone unanswered by the Democrat congresswoman.

The New York Democrat said recently that President Joe Biden’s $2.25 trillion infrastructure proposal was “disappointing” and “not nearly enough,” but she added that she is “excited” that it provides her a voice on climate change.

“One thing that I am very excited about is that I do believe that we have been able to influence a lot of thinking on climate and infrastructure,” she stated. “As much as I think some parts of the party try to avoid saying ‘Green New Deal’ and really dance around and try to not use that term, ultimately, the framework I think has been adopted.”