2018 is going to be the predicted breaking point at which we declare, “Stop! It’s too much winning!”
So Dems are for drugs flowing across border, failing infrastructure, jobs sent abroad, importing terrorists … 2018 looking good.
— Ann Coulter (@AnnCoulter) March 1, 2017
Last night marked the end of the Democratic party. They sat when President Trump said America First. They sat when President Trump honored our great military and veterans. They sat when President Trump united the Nation. They are un-American.
Notice how Paul Ryan and half of congress didn’t applaud Trump for killing the TPP? Keep draining that swamp Donald!
Pelosi REFUSED to even applaud job creation. WTF is wrong with these people? pic.twitter.com/DSJGARePKL
— Paul Joseph Watson (@PrisonPlanet) March 1, 2017
The optics could not have been starker – President Donald Trump stood before America with an overarching message of unity. Meanwhile, Democrats sat firmly planted in their chamber chairs, still seething from their electoral pummeling.
As Trump delivered promises of soaring optimism, Democrats almost appeared disappointed – for their aims of regaining electoral control sunk as hopes for America’s future lifted.
Trump began by acknowledging that while “we might be a nation divided in policy… we are a nation that stands united in condemning hatred.” He ended with a similar message of American unity: “(W)e are one people with one destiny. We all bleed the same blood. We all salute the same American flag. And we all are made by the same God.”
America heard and received Trump’s proposal of unity, with a full 78 percent of viewers polled by CNN seeing it as very or somewhat positive.