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During a hearing held by the House Oversight Civil Rights and Civil Liberties subcommittee, [Former ICE director Tom] Homan insisted that Democrats were pushing a false narrative that the Trump administration was ending deferred action — a type of deportation reprieve — for illegal immigrants with medical issues. The hearing room erupted when Rep. Debbie Wasserman Schultz, D-Fla., challenged his account, in starkly personal terms.

“I think it’s important to really make sure that the jingoistic, bigoted testimony of Mr. Homan is called out as nearly completely untrue, as being an outrage, and as a former official directing the Immigration and Customs Enforcement agency, he should know better,” she said.

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“What did I say was inaccurate?” Homan shot back, as Chairman Jamie Raskin, D-Md., intervened to restore order.

“I just think it’s important that it’s not accepted as accurate testimony.” She went on to question other witnesses on the panel, but did not ask anything of Homan.

Homan was later able to respond to Wasserman Schultz during Rep. Jim Jordan’s (R-Ohio) time.

“If I can respond to the earlier remark from Wasserman Schultz, I’ve forgotten more about this issue than you’ll ever know,” Homan said. “So if you say my testimony is inaccurate, it’s wrong. Everything I said here is accurate. Bottom line. If you want to go toe to toe, I’m here. I’m here on my own time to speak to the American people about what’s false and what’s fact.”

Wasserman Schultz said she would be “happy to go toe to toe” with Homan “any day.”

“Then you gotta let me respond to your question rather than dropping a bomb and running away,” Homan suggested.

“It was my time,” Wasserman Schultz replied.

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