In other news, fake deficit warrior Senator Bob Corker has announced that he'll vote for the tax bill because the "once in a generation" opportunity to cut taxes for the rich outweighs the deficit.
Meanwhile, Rupert Murdoch says the sexual harassment scandals at Fox News were "nonsense" even though his company has paid out almost $100 million in settlements. He should keep talking so more victims can file more lawsuits for breach of contract.
I have a theory that Murdoch sold off the film and television assets to Disney to limit his shareholders to just Fox News and Sports; people who don't give two shits about sexual harassment. The 21st Century Fox brand was suffering losses because of Fox News' terrible reputation, so he sold it.
Finally, a federal judge has temporary blocked Trump's order allowing more businesses to deny birth control coverage to their employees.
Judge Wendy Beetlestone issued the injunction, temporarily stopping the government from enforcing the policy change to former President Barack Obama's health care law.
The law required most companies to cover birth control at no additional cost, though it included exemptions for religious organizations. The new policy would allow more categories of employers, including publicly traded companies, to opt out of providing free contraception to women by claiming religious or moral objections.
Here's my very short Last Jedi review: It was a lot of fun and unexpectedly funny. Even though it's the longest Star Wars movie, it moves very fast. Seeing Mark Hamill as Luke again was almost surreal, but great. And Daisy Ridley is still amazing.
Have a good weekend.