Congressman’s son sleeps on buddy’s couch

The 22-year-old son of Rep. Rob BishopRobert (Rob) William BishopPuerto Rico fiscal plan cuts one-third of government to save economy More than 100 groups call on Congress to oppose weakening national park protections Some doubt McCarthy or Scalise will ever lead House GOP MORE (R-Utah) didn’t even have a comfy bed to call his own — he crashed on a friend’s couch right before he left for an internship in Washington.

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A profile in The Utah Statesman, the newspaper of Utah State University, reveals that junior Jashon Bishop even mooched breakfast from his pal’s pad: “After a quick routine of shower, shave, and snagging a bowl of his makeshift roommate’s cereal, he’s out the door — en route to work.” Bishop made some extra cash stocking books and taking Internet orders at the campus bookstore.

Luckily, Bishop’s less-than-ideal living situation was only temporary. The congressman’s son just started his internship in the office of Sen. Mike LeeMichael (Mike) Shumway LeeOvernight Cybersecurity: DHS chief eyes new ways to bolster cyber workforce | Dems grill Diamond and Silk | Senate panel approves bill to protect Mueller | Two-thirds of agencies using email fraud tool The Hill's 12:30 Report Senate panel approves bill to protect special counsel MORE (R-Utah).

Hopefully he’s at least upgraded from a couch to a futon while in D.C.