This week in politics, GIF'd

(CNN)The supplemental FBI background investigation into Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh and its impact (or lack thereof) on his confirmation vote dominated the news this week. And while that's not over until it's over -- keep following it here -- let's take a quick look back at some of the other things that happened in politics this first week of October.

Bye, NAFTA. Hello, USMCA. The newly revamped trade deal between the US, Mexico and Canada is not easier to shorthand, but it is something that President Donald Trump is very jazzed about. Almost as jazzed as the internet was about Treasury Secretary Mnuchin's transition lenses.
Another thing the President is jazzed about? Hard hats! And electrical contracting, apparently. He sported yet another hard hat at a National Electrical Contractors Association gathering, otherwise known as another missed opportunity to find someone reliable to consult about rewiring my kitchen.
    Meanwhile, the other Donald Trump, Donald Trump Jr., and his girlfriend, former Fox News host Kimberly Guilfoyle, showed up in Texas. He even made her get up on stage. I hope they discussed this ahead of time, because normally one of the rules of relationships is not to pull the other person into the spotlight without permission. Oh, Sen. Ted Cruz, the candidate for whom this event was held, was also there.
    And in objectively the cutest Trump family news of the week, first lady Melania Trump almost got her hair pulled by a baby! Mrs. Trump is on a solo visit to Africa.
    But what about literally everyone else in politics? The people without the surname "Trump"? Those people, including Sen. Kamala Harris, all seemed to be at the Atlantic Festival. Strong "Is everybody hanging out without me?" vibes. Honestly, it seems like my kind of "festival." Indoors. Climate controlled. Indoor plumbing. Noticeable lack of flower crowns. Yes, please.