Rep. Dan Bishop hit back at Cori Bush on Thursday after she said Black Republican Byron Donalds was a "prop" and accused him of upholding white supremacy.
Donalds, a Florida Republican, was nominated for Speaker of the House and would be the first African-American to hold the position, although he is far from gaining the support he would need to achieve the position. He emerged as a protest candidate this week as some Republicans like Bishop continue to oppose Kevin McCarthy's bid for the post. Hanna Panreck is an associate editor at Fox News.
"I will say I sat behind Kevin for 8 1/2 hours when he spoke continuously using what they call a magic minute on the floor, all night long. I sat behind him because I want him to know, if he wants to fight on something, wants to go to the mat for the American people, I will walk through fire for him. I think all of us will but we've got to do that. That's what is necessary," Bishop said.