Trump sticks to his themes and expects Congress to go along

President Donald Trump said in his address to Congress that the government’s obligation is to ‘serve, protect, and defend’ US citizens. He said the administration is taking strong measures to protect the country from ‘radical Islamic terrorism.’ (Feb. 28) Video: MediaOS Saying “the time for small thinking is over,” President Trump called Tuesday for dramatic changes in immigration, education and health care, arguing that “Democrats and Republicans should get together and unite for the good of our country.” “A new chapter of American greatness is now beginning,” he said, adding later in the speech that “we will look back on tonight as when this new chapter … began.” But the changes Trump talked of in his first speech to a joint session of Congress were ones that time after time brought cheering Republicans to their feet and left stony-faced Democrats sitting in a seething silence. Trump talked about the need to work together to “save Americans from this imploding Obamacare disaster,” arguing that President Barack Obama’s landmark health insurance plan must be repealed and replaced with new programs that “expand choice, increase access, lower costs and, at the same time, provide better health care.” In his hour-long speech, the president… Read full this story

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