Sinn Fein leader Gerry Adams has insulted the main Protestant party in Northern Ireland amid rising tensions in their 7-year-old unity government.
Adams made his unusually sharp criticism of the Democratic Unionist Party during a question-and-answer session Monday with Sinn Fein activists in Enniskillen. A local reporter tweeted audio of his comments.
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