Former U.S. Rep. Trey Gowdy has served four terms before leaving the house last week. (Fox News)
Former Rep. Trey Gowdy, R-S. C., hit a Democrat back to the Democrat, Elizabeth Warren via Twitter in response to the Massachusetts’s claim that he retired from the Congress you have to collect a “fat-lobbyist salary.”
Warren cited Daily Caller article on Friday reported that Gowdy Nelson, Mullins, South Carolina law and lobbying firm connect.
“@TGowdySC foamed at the mouth, with the power in Congress, then withdrawn, because he claimed he didn’t enjoy it. Now it is clear: Trey Gowdy just wanted to salary a big, fat lobbyist. This should be illegal,” she tweeted.
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They then called for a lifetime ban on lobbying by former members of Congress.
“We need a lifetime ban on lobbying for members of Congress. And fix register the Swiss cheese def ‘lobbying’ who is paid to influence in Washington. In the public service, not a launching pad for people like @TGowdySC & the @JoeLieberman should enrich themselves.”
Gowdy, who served for four terms before leaving Congress last week, responded on Twitter: “I’m not lobbying. Not now. Or ever. Maybe you were to crack open a beer, when this was announced,” the open Instagram-live video of Warren a beer. “Don’t mind their criticism. Only more sensitive to the facts.”
Warren announced this week they started to examine an exploratory Committee to determine whether the jump in the 2020 presidential election.
Gowdy became a target for the Democrats to go back to, as he presidency the presidency of the house-Benghazi-Committee, which interfere with many Democrats decried as a witch hunt with the intention of Hillary Clinton ‘ s election campaign.