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Marjorie Taylor Greene calls election denier Lauren Boebert a 'little b****' on House floor
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Marjorie Taylor Greene calls election denier Lauren Boebert a 'little b****' on House floor

The pair were involved a heated discussion on the floor of the House of Representatives

Marjorie Taylor Greene was heard calling fellow Republican Lauren Boebert a 'little b***h', it's been claimed.

The two politicians reportedly went head to head in the House of Representatives this week, and it got a little heated.

Cameras spotted Greene and Boebert speaking to one another in the center aisle of the house, with the pair seemingly having quite a lot to say.

And it later transpired that Greene was heard using an expletive during the conversation.

"I heard Marjorie call Boebert a b***h right to her face,” said one politician.

Sources who witnessed the confrontation all told the Daily Beast that it all kicked off when Boebert approached Greene and asked her about 'statements you made about me publicly'.

Marjorie Taylor Greene was heard calling Lauren Boebert a 'b***h'.
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This led, one source claimed, to Greene lashing out at her rival, branding her a 'b***h'.

The pair have both been fighting to see President Joe Biden impeached over his handling of the southern border.

Recalling the conversation between the two politicians, sources claimed that Greene was not happy with how Boebert had acted.

Greene allegedly claimed she had 'copied my articles of impeachment', with Boebert saying she hadn't even read them.

The Georgia representative went on: “I’ve donated to you, I’ve defended you. But you’ve been nothing but a little b***h to me.

"And you copied my articles of impeachment after I asked you to cosponsor them.”

“OK, Marjorie, we’re through,” Boebert replied.

To which Greene reportedly said: “We were never together.”

The pair were seen in a heated debate on the house floor.

Following the incident, the pair were then asked what had been said.

Boebert told the Daily Beast that she had no problem with Greene and that she was committed to 'protecting our children'.

“Marjorie is not my enemy," she said. "I came here to protect our children and their posterity. Joe Biden and the Democrats are destroying our country.

"My priorities are to correct their bad policies and save America.”

Greene also didn't deny that she had used the expletive when speaking to Boebert, and doubled down on the claim she was copying her.

“Imitation is the greatest form of flattery," she told the outlet.

Speaking to Semafor, Greene said that there was no chance of the pair coming together or joining forces.

When asked about the potential for them to get over their differences, the 49-year-old said: “Absolutely not.

“She has genuinely been a nasty little b***h to me."

UNILAD has contacted Greene and Boebert's press offices for further comment.