A quick aftermath glimpse whilst the plebs are desperately searching for downtown Kansas City parking . . . American politics didn't really get fun until Democratic Leadership decided to greet the Prez with the same level of disrespect he has been throwing their way via Twitter.
The punchline here is that historically, dirty politics tends to turn most voters away from the process . . . And election season 2020 will be determined by turnout.
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WASHINGTON - On the eve of his likely acquittal on charges of abuse of power and obstruction of Congress, an emboldened President Donald Trump delivered a defiant State of the Union speech that was light on olive branches, heavy on partisan broadsides.
SOTU "Manifesto Of Mistruths" Or Bold Declaration???
A dominant and confident President Trump delivered one of the most memorable state of the union speeches in years on Tuesday night, making his opposition look small and defeated.
"I tore it up," Pelosi replied when asked by reporters what she thought of the speech. Pelosi added that it was "the courteous thing to do given the alternative." In many ways, Trump's 80-minute speech represented a starting gun for his reelection campaign.
Tit For Tat
President Donald Trump ignored -- or didn't see -- House Speaker Nancy Pelosi's attempt to shake his hand before Tuesday's State of the Union address in an apparent snub that comes more than a month after House Democrats impeached Trump.Immediately after Trump finished his speech, the California Democrat stood up
Show-Me Talker Tribute
WASHINGTON - President Donald Trump awarded the Medal of Freedom to Missouri native and conservative radio personality Rush Limbaugh on Tuesday in an unprecedented move during the State of the Union address. First lady Melania Trump placed the medal on the visibly surprised Limbaugh, one day after the talk show host revealed he has advanced lung cancer.
Gun Control Outcry
The father of a Parkland shooting victim was removed from the House chamber gallery Tuesday night for shouting about gun control during President Trump's State of the Union address. Gun control activist Fred Guttenberg briefly interrupted the president after Trump vowed to "always protect your Second Amendment right to keep and bear arms," as long as he is in the White House.
It was the snub seen around the country - and in Democrats' view, President Donald Trump's State of the Union only went downhill from there. As Speaker Nancy Pelosi extended her hand just before the start of Trump's address, the president quickly pivoted and turned his back, leaving the speaker hanging.
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