1. UM, WHAT?

    Boehner to Reid: Go F--k Yourself

    Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid, left, from Nevada, talks with a journalist as the elevator doors close as he departs the Capitol after a vote about the fiscal cliff, on Capitol Hill Tuesday, Jan. 1, 2013 in Washington. The Senate passed legislation early New Year's Day to neutralize a fiscal cliff combination of across-the-board tax increases and spending cuts that kicked in at midnight. (AP Photo/Alex Brandon)

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    Get that rage out where you can, Boehner. As the tense weekend of fiscal-cliff negotiations were just getting started, House Speaker John Boehner reportedly walked up to Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid outside the Oval Office on Friday and said, “Go f--k yourself,” according to a report in Politico on Wednesday. Startled, Reid reportedly replied, “What are you talking about?” and Boehner repeated his earlier statement. Boehner then reportedly bragged about the exchange to House Republicans. After a marathon two days on the Hill, both the Senate and the House passed a fiscal-cliff deal, although not without major concessions by Republicans—including allowing tax hikes on the wealthiest Americans. The president is expected to sign the deal on Wednesday.

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