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John Fetterman Turns the Table on MTG Senate Dress Code Outrage


Sen. John Fetterman (D-PA) on Monday mocked Georgia Republican Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene’s disgust over the Senate’s removal of a dress code requiring members to wear professional attire when are on the ground.

“The Senate is no longer imposing a dress code on senators to appease Fetterman is shameful,” Greene wrote on X, the site formerly known as Twitter. “The dress code is one of the norms of society that determine etiquette and respect in our institutions. Stop lowering the bar!

After catching wind of her displeasure, Fetterman brought up how she showed explicit images of Hunter Biden during a congressional committee hearing earlier this summer — a decision that Greene herself said l had made her feel “uncomfortable”.

“Fortunately, the nation’s lower house abides by a stricter code of conduct: displaying ding-a-ling photos during public hearings,” the Pennsylvania senator said. retaliated Monday morning.

Later that night on MSNBC, Fetterman continued to pester Greene on the subject. Its platform, he claimed, is making “more and more noise” in the form of images presented to Congress. “I don’t really know why she cares how I dress,” he told Chris Hayes.

Greene wasn’t the only one to face a sarcastic response from Fettermen, with 2024 Republican presidential candidate Ron DeSantis, who had also criticized the Senate for “dumbing down” its dress code, also in his crosshairs . “I dress like I’m campaigning,” Fetterman wrote in an article Monday in response to the Florida governor’s comments.

DeSantis laid off a third of his paid campaign staff in July and hired a new manager last month amid his struggle to combat front-runner Donald Trump. Although he peaked at just under 40 percent support among GOP primary voters in February, only about 15 percent of the same group currently support him, according to FiveThirtyEight.

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