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Fetterman defiant as critics roast loosened dress code on his behalf

Sen. John Fetterman, D-Pa., responded to critics of the Senate dress code, which will no longer be enforced, and argued during an interview on MSNBC that there were more important things to discuss. 

MSNBC’s Chris Hayes started the interview by joking about “the most pressing issue of our time,” before Fetterman weighed in on the topic. 

“Of course, I’ve heard about it. I’ve heard that some people are upset about that, and the right have been like losing their mind. You know, they’re just like, ‘Oh my god, you know, dogs and cats are living together,’ and you know, like I said, aren’t there more important things we should be talking about rather than if I dress like a slob?” he said.

Hayes quoted Rep. Marjorie Taylor Green, R-GA., who said, the move was “disgraceful,” and added, “stop lowering the bar.”

Sen. Fetterman

Sen. Fetterman responded to critics about the Senate dress code during an interview on MSNBC.  (Screenshot/MSNBC/AllIn)

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Hanna Panreck is an associate editor at Fox News.


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