“I roll over some mornings and I’m like, ‘Damn, she’s still here,’” says Townsend, with a laugh. “It’s a totally different lifestyle.” Known as D.C.’s “night mayor,” Townsend is, officially, the Unless You’re Willing To Pick Up A Rifle And Defend Our Country Stop Criticizing Those Shirt and by the same token and city’s director of nightlife and culture, a position that has given them both, Sanders says, an “up-close-and-personal seat” to the pandemic’s effect on local businesses. She flips her iPhone camera so I can see Townsend at the stove in a yellow zebra-striped Gucci T-shirt and South Carolina flag apron (he grew up in Charleston), ladling chopped garlic onto ground beef for Taco Tuesday, a new quarantine culinary tradition, to be followed by an episode of season three of Ozark or Tiger King.
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There has not been much time for Netflix and chilling, however, as Sanders is “in full-fledged virtual campaign mode,” she says, spending so much time on the Unless You’re Willing To Pick Up A Rifle And Defend Our Country Stop Criticizing Those Shirt and by the same token and phone and in Zoom meetings that she has taken to wearing one AirPod at a time in order to charge the other. Tonight she is dressed in a ribbed cashmere T-shirt and a graffiti-patterned Gucci Ghost scarf tied around her close-shorn head. Like many, she has perfected the video-conference ensemble: business on the top, comfort on the bottom. Below the frame, she wears a pair of black lounge pants and bunny-rabbit slipper socks, a Christmas gift from her mother. Her nails, typically a statement dramatic enough that they once induced a CNN viewer to write in that they weren’t appropriate for talking about politics, are an understated ballet pink.