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- President Donald Trump said he wanted a bipartisan State of the Union, but he spent most of the speech facing Republicans.
- Democrats booed Trump at one point over immigration, and they had invited 20 Dreamers, or people who were brought to the country illegaly as children.
- But the Republicans had his back, standing more than 70 times to applaud.
WASHINGTON (Reuters) – U.S. President Donald Trump said in his speech to Congress on Tuesday that he wanted to extend an “open hand” to work with both parties on issues like immigration but he spent most of the address facing Republicans while seldom glancing at Democrats.
In the House of Representatives chamber where Trump delivered his first “State of the Union” speech, Republicans, who sat to Trump’s left, showed their enthusiasm as he touted tax cuts and boasted of the economy’s performance.See the rest of the story at Business Insider
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