Super-chef José Andrés has most recently made headlines for feeding the people of storm-ravaged Puerto Rico (at last count, he was rivaling the Red Cross) — now, his latest efforts at comforting the afflicted are directed a little closer to home.

The Washington-based restaurateur on Monday offered a free drink to staffers of the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau, who are in the awkward position of not knowing who heads their agency. It’s a messy situation, but the upshot is that its acting director, Leandra English, filed a lawsuit to stop Trump appointee Mick Mulvaney from assuming the position. Both on Monday claimed to be the rightful director.

Andrés on Monday tweeted an invitation for staffers to drink away the weirdness at one of his 10 metro-area eateries: “ team members! i know is confusing. To have two bosses? Please bring a proof you work there to any of our DC restaurants and first drink is on us…”

Andrés, whom President Trump sued after the chef backed out of a plan to open a restaurant in the Trump hotel complex, has been working on his anti-Trump Twitter-trolling game for a while. He’s used the platform to tweak Trump for his Puerto Rico response:

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