Tempers flared in Washington as Republicans and Democrats continue to clash over the minimum wage debate.
Louisiana Governor Bobby Jindal came out swinging against President Obama, but Connecticut Governor Dannel Malloy didn't want to hear it.
Bobby Jindal: I think there are things we can do instead of waving the white flag of surrender, instead of declaring this economy to be a minimum wage economy. I think our economy, I think America can do better.
Malloy: Wait one second, until a few moments ago we were going off a pretty cooperative road... I don't know what the heck was a reference to white flag when it comes to people making $404 a week. I mean that is the most insane statement I ever heard quite frankly. Let's be very clear that we have had a great meeting and we didn't go down that road and it just started again and we didn't start it.
Both sides have been at odds over the wage fight as income inequality has become a lightning rod among politicians.
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