A 48-year-old man without any known cardiac problems but with a history of rheumatoid arthritis for which he is receiving therapy with methotrexate presents to his rheumatologist for a routine examination. His pulse is noted to be irregular; therefore, he is sent to the emergency room for an ECG.
What is the diagnosis?
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