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Tensions between House Financial Services Committee Chairwoman Maxine Waters, D-Calif., and high-ranking member Rep. Patrick McHenry, R-N. C., allegedly defected Thursday in a hearing with bank regulators.
The water abruptly, the almost three-and-a-half-hour session ended with little warning, the complaining Republicans, while McHenry and at least one Democrat wanted to reported questions, Politically.
Water rejected McHenry’s request for more time, and said she wanted to their time commitment to the bank regulatory agencies, the Washington Examiner reported.
“If a mistake was made and you have received no notification, we’ll take care of you later,” she said.
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“This is a travesty the way you have handled this,” McHenry fired back at waters after she refused his attempt at a parliamentary inquiry.
McHenry and other Republicans say Waters’ behavior is part of a pattern, although the two have expressed their hope of bipartisanship on several issues, including the reauthorization of the National Flood Insurance Program, according to Politico.
Another example of the Republicans’ frustration with water your scuffle with the Minister of Finance, Steve Mnuchin last month was when he tried to leave, to make a consultation early on with a foreign dignitary.
Some Republican members of the House Financial Services Committee, say they have grown frustrated with the behavior of the Chairman Maxine Waters, D-Calif. (Associated Press)
McHenry said he is not in Congress to “frivolous” fights that happen on the other committees. “That the hearing could have ended in a much better way, with an understanding of the forward, that the rules are followed,” he said.
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“The unfortunate thing is,” he told the Washington Examiner, “while I had a good relationship with the Chairman of water, I think, that you have given is terrible advice in relation to the laws and the parliamentary process.”
“I am firmly determined to continue a productive leadership, and I and my experienced and dedicated staff will continue to work with Mr. McHenry and his staff,” said Waters through a speaker. “None of us has time for quarrels. The problems that concern us, are much too important to be diverted into a diversion and blame.”
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Democrats had similar complaints, when the Committee was controlled by the Republicans.