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Robert Namer
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February 07, 2019

     President Trump aspired to be a unifying political leader Tuesday night in his second State of the Union address, but he was also a candidate for reelection in 2020 whose campaign almost surely will set records for division.  It was a very good speech - even by liberal standards.

     In his State of the Union address, the president toggled between conciliation and confrontation, and demanded a wall on the nation’s southwestern border.  Conservatives hungry for tighter immigration laws breathed easier on Tuesday night after President Donald Trump called again for a border wall, squashing concerns that he shared the conciliatory approach.  The wall must be built.

     Tension between President Trump and House Speaker Nancy Pelosi was on full display Tuesday as he delivered the State of the Union in a Democratic-controlled House for the first time.  Pelosi  looked like the idiot she is.

     Stacey Abrams (arrogant black loser of Georgia governors race) delivered a sharp rebuke of President Donald Trump in the official Democratic response to the State of the Union address flooishly castigating Trump and the GOP over immigration, voting rights, health care and the economy.

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