A tweet from an account linked to Rep. Jim Jordan (R-Ohio) telling Americans to repay loans was littered with replies asking if his Republican colleagues had received the same memo.
Jordan, the ranking minority member of the House Judiciary Committee, wasn’t happy about the Biden administration’s decision to axe up to $20,000 in debt for student loan borrowers on Wednesday. The move could benefit up to 43 million people, according to the White House:
Twitter users saw irony in the House Judiciary Committee Republicans’ post, and mentioned both GOP representatives and former President Donald Trump, who reportedly haven’t paid back their debts.
“Orange Clown leader sets the tone for his party, right?” user Megan Kelley Hall asked with a screenshot of a story about Trump’s reported failure to pay $287 million in debt.
“Umm,” wrote Rep. Dean Phillips (D-Minn.) along with a list of Republicans who were forgiven for PPP loans.
On his personal account, Jordan also quizzed his Twitter followers to think about the people who had already paid off their student loans:
His replies were filled with people – including someone who claimed to be his former law school peer – who said they had paid their debts and weren’t mad about Biden’s decision.
Read more of their replies below:
This article originally appeared on HuffPost and has been updated.