Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez called on President Trump to “cough up the receipts” of his financial dealings in response to a tweet from the president declaring that special counsel Robert Mueller’s Russia investigation is over.

“Taxes, taxes, taxes!,” she , mocking ​language used by Trump in a tweet earlier Thursday.

“We have sworn Congressional testimony that you artificially deflated your assets to skirt paying the taxes that fund schools & more (a crime), & inflated your assets for insurance (also a crime)​,” she said. “​Mueller has nothing to do with that. Cough up the receipts​.”​

​Trump spent much of the morning for his two-year investigation into Russian interference in the 2016 election in a series of tweets and in a huddle with reporters before a trip to Colorado. ​

“Russia, Russia, Russia! That’s all you heard at the beginning of this Witch Hunt Hoax…And now Russia has disappeared because I had nothing to do with Russia helping me to get elected,” in one of several tweets on the topic. “It was a crime that didn’t exist.”

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Ocasio-Cortez was referring to her during his appearance in January before the House Oversight Committee.

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She zeroed in on allegedly shaky financial dealings by Trump and his real estate empire.

​The New York Democrat cited an article in the New York Times that said Trump routinely played fast and loose with his assets to either ​benefit from tax breaks or​ secure​ loans.

“Would it help for the committee to obtain federal and state tax returns from the president and his company to address that discrepancy?” Ocasio-Cortez asked Cohen.

The House ​Ways and Means Committee is locked in a battle with the White House over from Treasury Secretary Steve Mnuchin and IRS Commissioner Charles Rettig.

Cohen earlier this month to begin serving a three-year sentence for lying to Congress and campaign finance violations.