Although Jackson was confirmed in a 53-47 vote, the Kentucky Republican made his fellow senators wait more than 15 minutes before the vote could be concluded, according to Politico.
Paul, who was inexplicably absent when the vote stood 53-46, eventually showed up and voted against Jackson — from the locker room, because he wasn’t wearing a suit. Senator Lindsey Graham (RS.C.) also voted without wearing a suit.
Twitter users had strong feelings about his lack of professionalism.