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Tom Arnold and Dean Cain almost came to blows after they Twitter feud boiled over into real life. The actors met backstage at Larry King's studio yesterday and footage shows them arguing, their faces just a few inches apart, over an incendiary tweet sent by Arnold last month. Arnold had called out Cain on Twitter, for appearing at the Values Voter Summit - hosted by conservative Christian group The Family Research Council. “Dean Cain is another Donald Trump loving, fake Christian coward which makes Dean Cain anti-LGBTQ and racist #complicit,” Arnold tweeted on September 23. “Tom, you're a cowardly, slanderous weasel,” Cain hit back on Twitter. When they met in person, sparks began to fly. The cellphone video, obtained by the Hollywood Reporter, begins mid-argument with Cain, a Trump supporter, insisting: “I'm not a racist person; I never have been.” “I've always supported gay rights,” Cain said. “Let me finish for a second. You're giving me guilt by association.” Yet Arnold, who has become increasingly outspoken on politics in recent years, likened The Family Research Council to Nazis. “They're hurting people. You know how many suicides of f**king gay kids? They f**king shame them and they try to keep them out of f**king schools,” Arnold argued. The footage ended with the pair hugging it out, but it appears the fight was not over. Cain later tweeted: “He called me #racist and said I was anti-LGBTQ. Totally untrue. After I confronted him, he backed down. That's how it always seems to work.”