Trump congressional speech considered ‘most presidential’ since taking office

On the night of Feb. 28, President Donald Trump addressed the joint session of Congress for the first time.

In his congressional address, Trump made clear that his job is not to represent the world, but to represent the United States of America.

“While we may be a nation divided in policies, we are a country that stands united in condemning hate and evil in all of its very ugly forms.”

He also outlined his agenda — which included, among other issues, how America would take steps to keep away from its borders those who would do harm to the country.



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  • Mario
    1 March 2017 at 9:59 pm - Reply

    My best line on Pres Trump Congressional speech; “My job is NOT to represent the world, my job is to represent America”. This is an insult to One World Order, who elected and created Obama… Trump already knew the Kolorama Mansion,home of Obama, 2 miles away from the WH as the NERVE CENTER of the mounting insurgency against Trump. Obama as community organiser, aided by ValJarett and others, will monitor 50 organizations to stop Trump policies…..Amazing speech written by a silent star IVANKA.