Kate Upton Presents: The Week in Washington

America's top model relates current events through facial expressions, body movements

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It was a busy week in Washington, D.C., so the Washington Free Beacon has assembled this sensible but timely guide to the week’s events.

After being criticized for a lack of diversity in his cabinet, President Obama understood the need for more cabinet officials with awesome hairdos, and gave a haircut to the Department of Energy.

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The White House, citing the sequester, all of sudden got really cheap and canceled self-guided tours for children.

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Because he represents all Americans, John Boehner assured the people that the Capitol will remain open for tours.

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The D.C. metro area manufactured yet another crisis, this time by expecting a horrific, mid-week blizzard.

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But most Washingtonians just got a day off for rain.

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Rand Paul, in a Herculean effort, filibustered for 13 hours.

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The sequester hasn’t affected Obama’s pocketbook. In an effort to demonstrate something resembling bipartisanship, he footed the bill for dinner with a “Common Sense Caucus” of Republican senators and invited Paul Ryan to lunch at the White House.

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The House finally got their act together to pass a bill to avert government shutdown.

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Who knows what next week will bring?

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