Governor Scott Walker of Wisconsin was involved in a heated debate regarding healthcare on Friday with a local county executive after a press conference in Appleton, Wisconsin.
County Executive Tom Nelson, a Democrat, challenged the governor on the future of the state's healthcare plan after a local event promoting tourism.
"What is your plan?" Nelson asked.
"The plan is I'm going to wait for what the Senate and the president do, and we'll see from there," Walker said.
Nelson, who was not satisfied with Walker's response, continued to press the governor on the issue.
Walker then responded by saying, "If you want to play politics, you should run for office... You want to run for governor, run for governor."
Gov. Scott Walker gets in heated exchange with county executive over GOP health care bill: "You want to run for governor, run for governor." pic.twitter.com/uXmTNfWXTd— ABC News Politics (@ABCPolitics) May 6, 2017