How did Trump do on the State of the Union? The right liked it


The right thinks President Donald Trump’s State of the Union was just what it should be – something Democrats didn’t like.

Opinions from the right:

Speaking from the heart, Trump's speech was all Democrats feared it would be

From Investor’s Business Daily: Trump reached out to Democrats, but he isn’t likely to get much back.

Trump's powerful State of the Union laid out 2018 vision: Prosperity, borders, security

From The Hill: If you can get past the messaging, the Trump agenda could be a winner.

State of the Union: From deal-maker to demonizer, the state of Donald Trump

From the San Diego Tribune: The president and the Democrats (and some Republicans) must work together or we go nowhere.


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