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    WATCH LIVE: State of the Union Address

    WATCH LIVE: State of the Union Address

    Theme of success, with Rush Limbaugh as special guest.

    Trump’s third State of the Union Address begins tonight around 9 PM ET. You can watch live below and this post will be continuously updated with the latest.

    It should be a good time, seeing as impeachment deliberations continue. Despite or in spite of the lower house circus, Trump’s approval ratings hit an all time high.

    Earlier today, Mike blogged about what we can expect to hear in tonight’s SOTU. We’re told it’s going to be remarkably low key, there will be no mention of the big “I” in the room, and Trump will focus on “relentless optimism.”

    Reports are that Rush Limbaugh will be in attendance at the invitation of Trump, and that Trump will announce he is awarding Rush the Medal of Freedom.

    Yup, there he is, a bearded and thin-looking Rush next to Melania.

    [Rush Limbaugh and Melania Trump, SOTU 2020]

    Watch Live:


    Rush did not look well tonight. Happy, but not well, as Trump acknowledged him, and Melania put the Medal of Freedom around his neck.

    Mitch McConnell, and two of his greatest accomplishments, Justices Neil Gorsuch and Brett Kavanaugh, all got shout outs.

    Pelosi openly rips up copy of Trump State of the Union speech



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    Milhouse | February 5, 2020 at 12:27 am

    A small cluster of Democrats including Rashida Tlaib, Ilhan Omar and Mark Pocan don’t stand for Charles McGee, the former Tuskegee Airman introduced by Trump

    WTH? Even from their point of view, how does this make any sense?

    That isn’t a good start to a working relationship.

    Comanche Voter | February 5, 2020 at 8:56 am

    I’m surprised that “Nan The Ripper” didn’t stroke out right in front of the House. She was really ticked off–and showed it.

    alfsul73 | February 5, 2020 at 8:26 pm

    I’m a reformed liberal who always voted Democratic but admired many Republicans over the years such as Jack Kemp, Orin Hatch, and Alan Simpson to name a few. But I will never go back. I don’t even recognize the Democratic Party now. Hopefully the adults will take control and, as a Republican, I will be able to find a few Democrats to admire.

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