A Republican congressman was roundly booed when he discussed Susan Rice at a town hall event.

Representative Tom McClintock (R-Calif.) said on "Your World" that the "radical left" element in his right-leaning district used the Q&A time at the event to spout talking points.


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"I didn't sense a lot of spontaneity," he said.

McClintock said that if attendees wanted to question President Trump's alleged Russian ties, they should equally respect the Congressional investigation into Susan Rice.

He said his town hall showcased the growing intolerance for opposing views.

Watch the clip above and part of McClintock's town hall below.


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