Gowdy just dropped the MOAB on OMB chief Mick Mulvaney after birthday jab – and it was fantastic!

Rep. Trey Gowdy and budget chief Mick Mulvaney vied for the mic dropping moment in a war of words on Twitter.

The social media jousting began when the director of the Office of Business and Management threw some shade at the South Carolina Republican in a 60th birthday greeting. Gowdy actually turned 53 on Tuesday.

Mulvaney’s jab at his friend and former House colleague’s ever-changing hairstyles was quickly answered by Gowdy.

The House Oversight and Government Reform committee chairman was apparently referring to the recent White House staff exodus.

Mulvaney, who is also from South Carolina, was not about to let his friend have the last word, responding with another quick zinger.

At last count, Gowdy appeared to be the last to drop the mic and walk away.

“Mick won’t even fund Meals on Wheels,” Gowdy told the Washington Examiner. “He surely isn’t going to pay for someone else’s haircut.”

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Twitter users weighed in on who really got the last word.

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