In other news, the federal deficit reached a record high of $205 billion in November. That's up from $139 billion in November of 2017. You know, before the tax cuts.
Meanwhile, FAA records show that Trump is planning to leave Washington and spend over 2 weeks at Mar-a-Lago beginning next Friday. The government may or may not be shut down at that time.
Finally, the Senate finally did something useful today and passed two resolutions. One calls for withdrawing U.S. support for the Saudi's war in Yemen, and the other resolution formally blames Saudi Crown Prince Mohammed Bin Salman for the death of Washington Post contributor Jamal Khashoggi.
Unfortunately, the resolutions are non-binding, but it's better than nothing.