A very upset Mark Meadows got irate with Speaker Paul Ryan in front of everyone on the House Floor.
Meadows confronted Ryan over the upcoming vote on immigration legislation. It is unclear what the argument was specifically about, but both men were pointing fingers during the animated conversation that last approximately 30 seconds according to witnesses.
As reported by foxnews.com
The chairman of the conservative House Freedom Caucus angrily confronted House Speaker Paul Ryan over immigration legislation on the floor of the House of Representatives Wednesday.
Rep. Mark Meadows, R-N.C., approached Ryan during a vote and began an animated discussion that lasted approximately 30 seconds. Both men pointed fingers at each other and reporters in the gallery could hear Meadows say, "I'm done! I'm done!" Meadows then turned and walked away while Ryan resumed chatting with other members.
Sources tell Fox News that the dispute stemmed from confusion over which of two immigration bills the House is expected to consider Thursday
The more conservative legislation has been dubbed "Goodlatte," after the bill's author, Rep. Bob Goodlatte, R-Va. A second bill, commonly called the "compromise" bill, has also been referred to as "Goodlatte," since he’s a sponsor of that package as well. Notably, House Majority Whip Steve Scalise, R-La., rebranded the compromise bill "the President's bill" instead of the "leadership" bill.
Apparently some members were so upset by the argument that their yes votes were no longer solid. It may directly involve some talking points that had been handed out about the "compromise bill" that Meadws did not agree with.
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