Trump Supporters in the Bronx Praise the President's Address

Trump Speech to Highlight a Busy Week for Markets

"President Donald Trump reached for poetry and conjured a vision of common national objective Tuesday during his first address to Congress, shifting his tone from the dark, searing approach of his previous big speeches to the nation", wrote Stephen Collinson of CNN.

Emphasising his "America first" pitch, Trump said that his administration would bring newer reforms for American companies to work easy in the country.

President Trump drew a very respectable national audience during his speech before Congress on Tuesday night: 43 million viewers tuned in for the landmark political event, according to early Nielsen Media Research numbers. She criticized Trump in interviews before his election but later said she regretted making "ill-advised" comments in which she dismissed Trump as a "faker" who "really has an ego".

Now that Trump has pivoted to acting presidential, the only question is if and when he will pivot back to the bad Trump traits?

In recent days, a growing chorus of analysts have warned of a quick end to the stock rally that helped to buoy the first weeks of Trump's presidency, unless he offered up specifics to Congress.

"What's important is that there is more fleshed out along the lines of what kind of regulatory reform we can expect, and the tax code is a big thing". At the same time, we will provide massive tax relief for the middle class.

The wide-ranging, primarily upbeat, sometimes emotional and frequently GOP applauded 9 - 10:09 PM ET speech was up from President Barack Obama's last SOTU past year in the early numbers across nearly all the Big 4 networks.

All the major news networks will carry the speech, but you can also watch it live on

Heralding a "new chapter of American greatness", Mr Trump said the U.S. should "not allow the mistakes of recent decades past to define the course of our future", as he pledged to keep the promises he made to the American people in the election.

"We're going to be speaking very specifically about a very complicated subject", Trump said Sunday at the annual Governors Ball, forecasting talk of the health care legislation in his Tuesday night speech.

What time does Trump's speech start? No "beachhead for terrorism" will get a foothold in Trump Americanus.

"Now technically this was not a State of the Union becaue I think in this timeline the Confederacy won, right?" The calls for bipartisanship with which Trump ended his speech weren't a gesture of outreach but a demand for submission.

"I firmly believe in legal immigration", said the California Republican, who has enthusiastically embraced Trump. We all salute the same flag.



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