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Manchin Breaks with Schumer, ‘Circulates Proposal’ to Restore Dress Code

Sen. Joe Manchin (D-WV) announced the unofficial mandate that Senate Majority Leader Chuck Schumer (D-N.Y.) rescinded last weekend requiring senators to wear sports-business attire on the floor. is reportedly pushing for a return to the Senate dress code.

of hills alexander bolton report Manchin said Thursday that he is “circulating a proposal to re-establish a dress code for the Senate,” citing “two senators familiar with the proposal.”

Senate Majority Leader Chuck Schumer (D-New York). (AP Photo/J. Scott Applewhite, File)

According to the report:

One person familiar with the resolution said it would essentially restore the Senate’s dress code to the state it was in last week, requiring senators to wear a coat and tie or business attire while on the Senate floor. said.

“I signed it,” one senator said, explaining that it “defines what the dress code is.”

“Senators can choose what they wear on the Senate floor,” Schumer said in a statement Monday. I’m going to continue to wear suits,” the Associated Press reported.

The biggest beneficiary of Mr. Schumer’s dress code relaxation is undoubtedly Sen. John Fetterman (D-Pennsylvania), who regularly wears sweatshirts and shorts, including on his return in April after a two-month hiatus. He entered the Capitol building wearing pants. For the treatment of clinical depression.

Sen. John Fetterman (D-Pennsylvania) enters an elevator as the Senate considers and votes on an amendment to the Fiscal Responsibility Act that would raise the debt ceiling at the Capitol on June 1, 2023 in Washington, DC. (Javin Botsford/The Washington Post via Getty Images)

During his campaign, Fetterman portrayed himself as a “blue-collar tough guy,” often opting for a Carhartt sweatshirt instead of a traditional suit and tie. Notably, his working-class “blue-collar” personality did not necessarily favor a Harvard education, and reportedly while he was mayor of Braddock, Pennsylvania, His parents supported him financially.

Now, Fetterman is taking her style to Washington, D.C., with what Breitbart News immigration reporter and fashion critic John Binder describes as “an advocacy to end the working poor in the Senate.” There is.

Binder spoke to men’s fashion expert W. Matt Tinch about Fetterman’s wardrobe choices amid Schumer’s changed etiquette.

“If you’re familiar with Fetterman’s history…he had just come out of something like clinical depression, had been in an institution, and then came out publicly and talked about his depression,” he said Thursday. told Binder in an article published in .

“In a way, Fetterman is the real deal.” if You believe his story,” Tinch added. “But how authentic that is is the question. He’s clearly someone who can afford more than a hoodie and basketball shorts… which seems odd if you know Fetterman’s history. He portrays himself as just an average Joe, and that feels disingenuous.”

Republicans, including Sen. Tommy Tuberville, a former head football coach at Auburn University, oppose the dress code change.

“It bothers me so much,” Tuberville said. Said, according to NBC News. “There are people walking around in shorts and they won’t fly with me.”

Establishment Republican Sen. Susan Collins of Maine also wants to maintain the status quo.

“I think the Senate has a certain dignity that should be maintained. To me, eliminating the dress code is devaluing the Senate,” she said.

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