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Trump turned the State of the Union speech into a reality show. Rush Limbaugh was its star.

USATODAY.com Wednesday, 5 February 2020
There was drama with Nancy Pelosi from the outset, then President Trump used his speech to bestow awards and showed that compassion for him is a prop.
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Nancy Pelosi Rips Up Trump's State of the Union Speech On the eve of President Donald Trump's likely acquittal of his impeachment charges, Speaker Pelosi tore his speech in half just as he concluded with the words, "the best is yet to come." Speaker Pelosi then waved the ripped copy of Trump's speech...

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