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Kyrsten Sinema turns heads as he dons a denim jacket while presiding over the Senate


SFr. Kyrsten Sinema, already in the national spotlight for becoming an obstacle to President Joe Biden’s economic and social agenda, caused a stir on Tuesday for donning a denim vest while presiding over the Senate.

The video of the Arizona Democrat, known for her vibrant style and colorful wigs, went viral after it was shared by Jeremy Art, a senior social media specialist at C-SPAN. It garnered nearly 700,000 views in three hours with plenty of comments.

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Karen Tumulty, Washington Post writer and columnist, sharp outside that there was a sign for reporters banning denim from being worn in bedrooms.

“Is he still there?” Tumulty asked in his tweet.

Washington Post reporter Paul Kane confirmed there was always a sign prohibiting coats, hats, handbags and bags, as well as denim, from being inside the chambers of the Senate.

“A fascinating fashion choice here”, Molly Jong-Fast, editor of the Daily Beast wrote in an article about the Senator’s bold sartorial choice.

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“The Senate parliamentarian has decided that the opening riff of ‘Bad to the Bone’ should play whenever Sinema presides,” joked David Weigel of the Washington Post.

Sinema has faced many far-left and Democratic groups over his opposition and that of West Virginia Senator Joe Manchin at the $ 3.5 trillion initial price tag of the budget reconciliation and social spending bill democrats. As negotiations continue, the price has been reduced to nearly $ 2 trillion.

In the equally divided Senate, legislation needs their votes to pass.

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Key words: News, Kyrsten Sinema, Senate, Memes, Arizona, Joe Manchin

Original author: Elizabeth faddis

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