2 Democratic House members sent a letter to Army Secretary Ryan McCarthy on Thursday, asking him to offer cots to members of the National Guard released at the U.S. Capitol so they don’t have to sleep on the floor.
The letter comes shortly after pictures and videos flowed throughout social media revealing members of the National Guard sleeping on the floorings of the Capitol.
In a tweet posted with a screenshot of the letter, McCollum composed: “After seeing images of National Guard troops sleeping on the floor of the Capitol, @RosaDeLauro & I wrote to the Army Secretary to ask for cots & other equipment so they can get the rest they need.
Newsweek was directed to McCollum’s tweet after reaching out to her workplace for comment.
DeLauro published a comparable tweet in which she composed: “Thus many, I was disappointed to see them resting on the marble floors. We must guarantee they are comfortable as they secure our democracy.”
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