"I'm running out of time and I really want to get to get to the question of whether or not a president can actually do something about gas prices," Carlson continued.
The two talked over each other for the majority of the segment as Wasserman Schultz tried to back Obama's influence on domestic energy production while Carlson went after the president's hold on offshore domestic drilling.
Carlson smirked as the chairwoman of the Democratic National Committee addressed the long-term impact government drilling sanctions can have on gas prices, saying a short-term solution to increasing prices is far-fetched.
"Over the long term any change in drilling, for example, would take about 20 years to impact the price of oil and the price of gas," Wasserman Schultz said. "So we can't really do anything in the very short term, which is why we need to be looking over the short term and the long term using an all-of-the-above strategy."
"And let me again point out that right now under President Obama we have more domestic energy production than anytime in the last eight years," she continued.
"Right," Carlson retorted, wrapping up the segment. "And I went back to the fact that many people say that's because of the policies enacted under President Bush."