Trump’s address is a call to greatness — will we answer it?

President Trump “Babe Ruthed it” again on Tuesday: He calmly stepped up to the podium, pointed at the wall, and then hit his State of the Union address right out of the park.

From the very beginning, Trump set the tone of greatness and unity in his speech. He called on Congress not to govern as two parties but to govern as one nation, asking its members to reject the ideas of revenge and resistance and to give way to compromise and the common good. What a unique concept.

That’s been the message of Trump all along that people keep missing: Trump isn’t about Republicanism or Democratism but Americanism. As in, how do we have policies and a government that prioritizes and benefits, first and foremost, the American people, regardless of race or gender or party.


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