The debate "Donald Trump's SOTU address was one of unity not divisiveness" was started by
January 31, 2018, 5:46 pm.
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Slymcfly, chasediedrich1 and 7 visitors agree.
Nemiroff, historybuff and 2 visitors disagree.
besides his opening words, and demanding "democrats should vote with us", what part of his speech was unifying? the part where he again claimed illegal immigrants are primarily violent gang members? Or when he implied that the dreamers who grew up all their life in America are not americans?
if you say "we should come together" but make no actual effort to bring people together, your not doing shit. talk is cheap. It's actually worthless.