Frustrations boiled over at a House hearing on Wednesday when Attorney General Eric Holder let Rep. Darrell Issa (R-CA) know exactly how he felt about the "shameful" way the lawmaker was conducting himself as a member of Congress.
During a House Judiciary Committee hearing, Issa suggested that the Department of Justice had violated the Federal Records Act during discussions with Labor Secretary nominee Tom Perez, and that President Barack Obama's administration was covering up the crime.
But as Holder tried to reply to Issa, he was interrupted by the California Republican.
"No, no, that's what you typically do," the attorney general shot back. "No, I'm not going to stop talking now."
"Mr. Chairman, would you inform the witness as to the rules of the committee," Issa said.
"It is inappropriate and too consistent with the way in which you conduct yourself as a member of Congress," Holder insisted, shaking his finger at Issa.
"It is unacceptable and it's shameful."