Fetterman Presides Over Senate In Short-Sleeve Shirt, Shorts After Dress Code Dropped

  • Senator John Fetterman (D-PA) assumed the role of presiding over the Senate on Wednesday, donning a short-sleeve shirt without a tie and sporting shorts. This attire choice came in the wake of the recent controversial decision to discontinue enforcement of the Senate’s dress code.
  • During his time as the presiding officer, several of his Republican counterparts, including Senators John Thune (R-SD), Rand Paul (R-KY), and John Cornyn (R-TX), delivered speeches on the Senate floor.
  • Following his session, Fetterman was approached by reporters, to whom he remarked, “The world didn’t spin off its axis. You know, I just did it … I think we will still go on,” as reported by an NBC News journalist.
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