Cameras Catch Mitt Romney in Heated Dispute with Fellow Republican Just Before SOTU

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President Joe Biden’s State of the Union address Tuesday was host to a heated conversation between two Republican lawmakers.

Utah Sen. Mitt Romney was caught on camera in an elevated discussion with New York Rep. George Santos, a freshman congressman under fire for misrepresenting his credentials during his campaign.

Footage of the moment revealed a conversation that didn’t appear cordial.

Santos issued a tweet invoking Romney’s failed 2012 presidential campaign after the argument.

The freshman Republican claimed Romney referred to him with vulgarities in his retelling of the conversation to reporter Kadia Goba of Semafor.

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