While the House debated the Trump tax plan, one representative put the plan into context for working Americans with a classic Christmas tale.
Openly gay Rep. David Cicilline took the House floor and adapted a Dr. Seuss classic to explain the dangers of the tax plan, called "How the Grinch Stole Middle Class Tax Cuts."
The parody poem claims that middle-class deductions would be stolen to make room for corporate cuts. Cicilline also took the chance to take shots at the president himself, questioning why he would support such a cruel plan.
"It could be his head was screwed on a bit wrong," Cicilline said. "It could be his ties were two inches too long."