Today in Washington, D.C., your elected representatives will be honoring magician David Copperfield in an effort to garner support for House Resolution 642 that would recognize “magic as a rare and valuable art form and national treasure.”

Maybe Daivd Copperfield can magically fix the VA or something while he’s in town because Congress sure can’t seem to get it done.

Here’s the invite:

Coincidentally, Copperfield is a co-producer and consultant to the film “Now You See Me 2,” which opens in theaters on Friday:

So now Republicans in Congress are helping promote Hollywood films, too?