Rep. Bill Pascrell (D., N.J.) and Fox News host Sean Hannity got into a heated exchange Thursday over whether members of the U.S. Congress receive a 72 percent health care subsidy from Obamacare not afforded to individuals.
Hannity said he was so sure that Congress had a special subsidy that wasn't available to average Americans, he would bet $10,000 from his charity against the same amount from one of Pascrell's. Pascrell declined the offer, and the two kept calling each other liars.
"You're getting special perks and special breaks for yourself, so cut the crap, and stop lying to the audience!" Hannity said.
"There's no deal the president cut for the Congress," Pascrell replied. "You have a big problem! Don't you dare call me a liar."
Hannity told Pascrell he was "full of crap" to end the contentious interview, which also included Rep. Matt Salmon (R., Ariz.).