What did you think of President Trump's first address to Congress?

President Trump delivered his first joint address to Congress Tuesday evening, a speech the New York Times said would "set the course for his policy agenda and mollify concerns on Capitol Hill after his uneven first month in office." The President...

What did you think of President Trump's first address to Congress?

President Trump delivered his first joint address to Congress Tuesday evening, a speech the New York Times said would "set the course for his policy agenda and mollify concerns on Capitol Hill after his uneven first month in office." The President...

01 mart 2017 Wednesday 09:04
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What did you think of President Trump's first address to Congress?

President Trump delivered his first joint address to Congress Tuesday evening, a speech the New York Times said would "set the course for his policy agenda and mollify concerns on Capitol Hill after his uneven first month in office." The President addressed upticks in anti-Semitic vandalism as well as infrastructure and terrorism. How did you think it went? How do you think it went?

PERSPECTIVES

this is like an album where you heard all the songs already on mixtapes. #jointaddress

-- El Flaco (@bomani_jones) March 1, 2017

Let me save you the time from listening to the #JointAddress and summarize Trump:
lies
more lies
more lies
many more lies
lies
more lies.

-- Amy Siskind (@Amy_Siskind) March 1, 2017

America is ready to lead. Amen!!!#JointAddress

-- Matt Locke (@mattlockeshow) March 1, 2017

[?] Sweet music to my ears
"The @POTUS Donald J Trump" #HesMyPresident #MAGA#JointAddress #JointSessionpic.twitter.com/AuSDqcUPti

-- CC (@ChristiChat) March 1, 2017

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