When Sen. John Fetterman (D., Pa.) returned to the Senate in April after a two-month hospitalization for severe depression, media pundits celebrated the senator as an inspirational figure and declared he's "ready to work."
During a Tuesday hearing on the collapse of the Silicon Valley Bank, however, Fetterman peppered witnesses with incoherent questions, raising questions about whether the senator is ready to perform the duties of his office.
"Should we just go on and start bailing and sailing whoever bank, regardless of how ... there's ... their ... conduct is?" Fetterman said Tuesday.
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