Dingell said that one thing to be learned from their exchange was, "Don't mess with Michigan women."
"Try being a Christian and supporting life!" Greene yelled at Dingell and other Democrats on the steps of the U.S. Capitol.
"It does feel like the fall of Saigon today, I'm not going to lie," said Rep. Dingell, a staunch ally of the White House.
"I think the American people understand how broken our system is, and you've got to take this opportunity to bring about meaningful change," the Michigan Democrat said.
"It is not brave to refuse to wear a mask. It is selfish, stupid and shameful behavior that puts lives at risk," Representative Debbie Dingell said.
"They told us it was a misunderstanding, but we were completely taken aback," Representative Rashida Tlaib tweeted.
The Michigan congresswoman said she would elbow bump and post a photo with the president if it would educate people on the coronavirus.
Michigan Congresswoman Debbie Dingell responded to Donald Trump's suggestion that her late husband is in hell, calling for more civility in a country that has "turned so ugly and vitriolic."
CNN correspondent Ana Navarro called President Trump "pathetic" for attacking late Rep. John Dingell because Dingell's wife, Debbie Dingell, voted for his impeachment.
President Donald Trump targeted Michigan Congresswoman Debbie Dingell and her late husband John, a longtime congressman and WWII veteran, after she voted for impeachment.