By Christina Wilkie - 06/06/11 11:29 PM EDT
But the Speaker made it clear last week that unlike McConnell, he is no fan of seersucker suits.
During a press briefing last week, BoehnerJohn BoehnerLobbying World In House GOP, Ryan endorsement of Trump seen as inevitable House GOP faces dilemma on spending bills MORE said, “Memorial Day was Monday, and I know it’ll be hot today,” adding that the striped tie he was wearing “is about as much seersucker as I can handle.”
Boehner didn’t mention McConnell by name, but it’s well-known that the Kentucky senator (and many others in the upper chamber) are fond of wearing the white-and-light-blue-striped suits when the weather heats up.
By tradition, senators on both sides of the aisle who are fans of seersuckers (including women) don the suits in early June. The Senate was out last week, so look for the seersuckers this week, when temperatures in Washington are expected to climb into the 90s.