Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-CortezAlexandria Ocasio-CortezBill Maher, Michael Moore spar over Democrats' strategy for 2020 Super PAC head spars with CNN's Cuomo over Ocasio-Cortez ad Young insurgents aren't rushing to Kennedy's side in Markey fight MORE (D-N.Y.) told reporters Tuesday that she wants the House to vote to impeach President TrumpDonald John TrumpHarris bashes Kavanaugh's 'sham' nomination process, calls for his impeachment after sexual misconduct allegation Celebrating 'Hispanic Heritage Month' in the Age of Trump Let's not play Charlie Brown to Iran's Lucy MORE since it will force Republicans to take a vote on the issue.

"I want to see every Republican go on the record and knowingly vote against impeachment of this president, knowing his corruption, having it on the record so that they can have that stain on their careers for the rest of their lives," Ocasio-Cortez said.

"It is beyond time, and we have to end this lawlessness and corruption coming out of the White House," she said. 

Ocasio-Cortez earlier had tweeted out criticism of Trump in the context of reports that the House Oversight and Reform Committee has been reviewing military expenses spent at Trump's Turnberry resort in Scotland. 

Democrats increasingly are leaning into questions about whether Trump's businesses are profiting off his presidency as they consider impeachment.

House Democrats have been divided over whether to go forward with impeachment.

They lack the 218 votes needed to impeach Trump, though a majority of the caucus now does support impeachment.

Speaker Nancy PelosiNancy PelosiProgressives call for impeachment inquiry after reported Kavanaugh allegations The promise and peril of offshoring prescription drug pricing Words matter, except to Democrats, when it involves impeaching Trump MORE (D-Calif.) opposes impeachment, arguing it could hurt Democrats in some swing districts and that the party is better off seeking to defeat Trump at the ballot box.

She and other critics have also noted that Trump is very unlikely to be convicted in the Senate. That would require 67 votes in a chamber with 53 Republicans.

Some Democrats say that even if the Senate does not convict Trump, the House should impeach him to force the Senate into a vote.