"I think so", Ocasio-Cortez replied.
During an interview with "Fox & Friends" on Thursday, Kudlow said he would like to sit down with the congresswoman to discuss supply-side economics, after he was impressed by her line of questioning during hearing on Capitol Hill this week with Federal Reserve Chair Jerome Powell.
AOC who asked him about the Phillips Curve. It suggests there's a trade-off between low unemployment and stable prices.
Ocasio-Cortez told Powell at the hearing that the theory "is no longer describing what is happening in today's economy", and Powell agreed.
Kudlow has also criticized the ideas behind the Phillips Curve - and joined his boss Trump in berating the Fed for keeping rates too high. That thing hasn't worked in decades.' Now, I got to give her high marks for that.
"She got it right", Kudlow told reporters at the White House later on Thursday.
"By the way, that is my position", Kudlow continued. "That has been the president's position. It looks like the Fed is going to have to cut their rates".
"Ms. AOC kind of nailed that", Kudlow told Fox News, adding that he hoped to meet with Ocasio-Cortez, who represents NY, and discuss supply-side economics in the near future.
"I've got to give hats off to Ms. AOC. She kind of nailed that", he concluded.
He further noted that there was a large jobs number that came out last Friday, and the nation is in a "powerful prosperity cycle because of pro-growth policies on taxes, regulation, trade reform, energy and so forth".
"There is no stopping it", he said, adding that blue-collar workers are benefiting from the boom and he believes the Phillips Curve theory belongs in a "crypt".
David Montanaro is an editor with Fox News.