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A Florida state Representative has accused a Trump congressional ally of inventing a sexual conquest game that politicians allegedly played in which they 'got points' for sleeping with aides, interns, lobbyists and married legislators.
Rep. Matt Gaetz got into an argument with fellow Republican and Florida state Rep. Chris Latvala, that ended with Latvala making the accusations over Twitter.
Latvala - Picture - Monday - Al - Sharpton
It began when Latvala posted a picture on Monday of himself with Al Sharpton and a caption saying what an 'honor' it was to meet the Baptist minister.
Gaetz, 37, who is one of President Trump's top allies in Congress, responded by tweeting previous controversial comments by Sharpton during his time as a civil rights activist.
'Sharpton - Cops - 'pigs - 'interlopers - Greeks
He wrote: 'Sharpton has called Cops 'pigs' Whites 'interlopers' Greeks 'homos' and Jews 'diamond merchants' So that is pretty disgusting.'
Gaetz denied having ever invented, taken part in or had any knowledge of the alleged game, according to the Tampa Bay Times.
Retaliation - Latvala - Allegation - Florida - House
In retaliation, Latvala, 38, dug up an old allegation about Florida House members getting 'points' for having sex with aides and interns.
The Florida Republican wrote in response to Gaetz: 'And you created a game where members of the FL House got ''points'' for sleeping with aides, interns, lobbyists, and married legislators. Hope DC is treating you well, Comgressman [sic].'
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Gaetz hit back, claiming he had 'owned' Latvala on Twitter, saying: 'Don't confuse me for your daddy when it comes to abusing power for sex....
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