GOP Rep. Nancy Mace has cleared her stand on the latest Debt Ceiling deal by coming out in opposition to the deal. She clearly defied the collaboration of US President Joe Biden and Speaker Kevin McCarthy, who formulated the deal after a series of discussions.

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The Republican from South Carolina on Tuesday made the headlines after she said, “Republicans got outsmarted by a President who can’t find his pants. I’m voting NO on the debt ceiling debacle because playing the DC game isn’t worth selling out our kids and grandkids”.

She also added, “This ‘deal’ is insanity,’ tweeted Rep. Ralph Norman, R-S.C. ‘A $4T debt ceiling increase with virtually no cuts is not what we agreed to. Not gonna vote to bankrupt our country. The American people deserve better”.

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The moment Nancy cleared her stance on the deal. Twitter users took a sharp turn at her to troll her to voice her opinion. Several users trolled Nancy for defying the deal. 

One user while supporting President Joe Biden in the deal wrote, “Republican Nancy Mace says we just got outsmarted by a president who can’t find his pants😂😂😂😂how crappy must they be to be out maneuvered by someone named Sleepy Joe….fact is Biden has always been sharp and this debt ceiling if approved should go a long way to convincing…”

Another user taking a sharp jibe at Nancy said, “Nancy Mace’s legislative strategy often feels like she’s deciding her vote by consulting a magic 8-ball and the caveat is that she often announces the result of the first shake and then shakes it again and votes a different way”

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On Tuesday, the bill faces its first major hurdle, as it requires House Rules Committee’s authorisation and it must pass it to get it to the House floor. As of now, 19 Republican leaders have opposed the bill.