Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez thinks Donald Trump is “scared” to call her names to her face.

The socialist congresswoman told the Breakfast Club on Tuesday that it’s easy for people to “drop a comment” online that they “would never say in real life.”

One of the hosts said Trump “threw some shots at you that he would never say to you. He called you a wack job.”

“Oh no, he wouldn’t,” Ocasio-Cortez responded. “Yeah, he never would.

“Like, keep that same energy when you meet me,” she dared.

“I think he’s scared. I think he’s scared,” AOC added.

She was referring to an October tweet from Trump where he referred to her as a “wack job.”

She responded to him, “Better than being a criminal who betrays our country.”

Ocasio-Cortez claimed on the show the attention from Trump has resulted in threats.

She went on to say “it’s very dangerous” to be who she is.

“I had a point last year where I would wake up in the morning and I would look at pictures of people who were trying to harm me that day, like, over my breakfast,” she said.

“And a lot of times, it was white supremacists. And it’s very real, like, it’s very, very real,” Ocasio-Cortez added, “and it’s very scary.”

She denied an accusation that she’s doing it for attention.

“I’m not doing this for my health,” she said with a laugh.