In other news, Trump's former campaign manager Paul Manafort has received a new sentencing date of March 13th, so mark your calendars.
Meanwhile, the Washington Post reports that undocumented workers have now been fired from five different Trump golf courses.
Finally, Bloomberg reports that Deutsche Bank actually rejected a loan application from the Trumps in 2016 over skepticism they wouldn't pay it back.
The request in early 2016 was escalated to several committees responsible for vetting credit applications and was ultimately rejected by the group reputational risk committee, which at the time included Christian Sewing, now Deutsche Bank’s chief executive officer. One concern was that it would be difficult to collect debt from Trump if he won the presidential election, the person said.
I will not be watching the State of the Union Address, but I might drink anyway out of pure instinct.