I posted the following to “Will the Presidency Survive This President”, Eric Posner and Emily Bazelon, New York Times, 2017-05-20
Every year on Washington's Birthday, the Senate has one of its members read George Washington's "Farewell Address". You can find a copy at https://www.senate.gov/artandhistory/history/resources/pdf/WashFarewell.pdf.
Your homework assignment is to read George Washington's "Farewell Address" and send both your Senators a quote that you feel is appropriate to current events.
You probably can find many quotes that support what the Senate is doing and that chastise them for not following the advice Washington gave.
Two that stand out for me are his warning about factions and the danger of foreign entanglements, both with friend and foe.