Reps. Nancy Mace (R-SC) and Marjorie Taylor Greene (R-GA) hurled bombs at each other on the Todd Starnes Radio Show Tuesday.
Greene said she spoke to former President Trump earlier on the phone, claiming he plans to primary Mace in the upcoming election.
“She has attacked me in our conference meetings before, and I’m fed up with her,” Greene told host Todd Starnes. “So when I saw her attacking Lauren Boebert, I called her out just for what she is. She’s the trash in the GOP conference, and it’s time to take the trash out.”
Greene accused Mace of being pro-abortion, but Mace fired back saying she has voted to defund Planned Parenthood, and, as a survivor of rape, supports exceptions for rape and incest.
“I’m not going to put up with lies for no reason,” Mace told Starnes, explaining that she criticized Boebert for her joke but praised the Colorado representative for apologizing.
“It’s utterly ridiculous…she’s not going to bully me or anybody else in our conference,” Mace said.
“The people who matter the most are the ones who put them in office,” Starnes said.