The Republican, Gus Bilirakis, faced angry liberals who packed out the town hall as he spoke of repealing the Affordable Care Act in listening sessions on health care reform.
It has been estimated that around 250 people turned up on Saturday morning in Pasco County in Florida.
In the footage, angry constituents erupted after Bill Akins, the secretary of the Pasco Republican Executive Committee, complained of Obamacare's “death panels.”
Death panel is a term which originated in 2009 surrounding health care which covers the uninsured in the US.
A Florida town hall meeting led to fury from activists after 'death panel' comments were made
Akins can be overheard saying: “There is a provision in there that anyone over the age of 74 has to go before what is effectively a death panel.”
Despite support from Mr Bilirakis, the audience exploded with many shouting out claiming that the secretary was a “liar”.
In a response to the uproar, Mr Atkins responded saying: “Okay, children, alright children.”
President Donald Trump promised to repeal the Obamacare act however liberals were left furious during the protests at the town hall.
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After the speech at the town hall, Mr Bilirakis told CNN: “I thought it was a great discussion, I really did, a good listening session, and every member of Congress should do this, very productive.
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“And I'm going to take their ideas back to Washington.”
The town hall was packed with protesters and some supporters of the President following his move to repeal the Obamacare act.
Crowds of constituents have been turning up to town halls in the US to pressurise their leaders, as 1,000 people turned up to a discussion in Utah, leading the rep to claim that protesters had been brought in to intimidate him.
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