GOP counsel Steve Castor brought a reusable grocery bag instead of a briefcase to an impeachment hearing

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  • At a Monday hearing impeachment into the impeachment of President Donald Trump, Republican counsel Steve Castor raised some eyebrows with his unique choice of a bag to transport his documents.
  • A clip of the beginning of the hearing from C-SPAN showed Castor entering the room with what appears to be a reusable Fresh Market shopping bag to carry his documents. 
  • Internet commentators were both bewildered and slightly amused by Castor bringing a shopping bag to the hearing.
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At the Monday hearing on the impeachment inquiry of President Donald Trump, Republican counsel Steve Castor raised some eyebrows with his unique choice of a bag to transport his documents.

A clip of the hearing from C-SPAN showed Castor entering the room with what appears to be a reusable shopping bag from grocery chain Fresh Market, setting it down on the table, and removing some folders and other materials for the hearing.

Internet commentators were both bewildered and slightly amused by Castor bringing a shopping bag to the hearing, with some initially identifying incorrectly it as a Whole Foods bag:

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