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.”
Rep Pete Sessions brings David Copperfield to the Capitol Thurs. Wants Hse to ok resolution "Recognizing magic as..rare & valuable art form"
— Chad Pergram (@ChadPergram) June 9, 2016
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:
NEWS: David Copperfield to join @PeteSessions for an important discussion about #magic on June 9th @D_Copperfield pic.twitter.com/U4VWzIpnL7
— Doug Andres (@DougAndres) June 7, 2016
Coincidentally, Copperfield is a co-producer and consultant to the film “Now You See Me 2,” which opens in theaters on Friday:
At the premiere of #NowYouSeeMe2 with Ed Ricourt, @JonMChu, and Ed Solomon. In theaters this Friday! @NYSMmovie pic.twitter.com/8K8PsCOwDM
— David Copperfield (@D_Copperfield) June 7, 2016
So now Republicans in Congress are helping promote Hollywood films, too?
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