Gov. Tom Wolf and his lieutenant governor running mate John Fetterman added to the campaign's rapidly growing arsenal of social media bits with a Wednesday, June 13, YouTube video.

The tongue-in-cheek video, titled "Governor Wolf buys John Fetterman a tie," parodies Fetterman's informal clothing choices and large stature.

The Democratic pair head to the Boscov's department store in the York Galleria mall to select a necktie for Fetterman to wear on the floor of the Senate, which has a strict dress code.

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The video borrows the introduction screen and music from the FXX television show "It's Always Sunny in Philadelphia," which debuted in 2005 and has since acquired a cult following.

Fetterman also offers to buy Wolf a piece of clothing, something resembling the black button-down shirt he sports regularly.

"You know, I can't accept gifts, I have a gift ban," Wolf responded, referencing his 2015 executive order to ban gifts to any employee of the executive branch.




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