Eric Trump Speaks For All True Americans With Heartfelt Comments About His Father’s SOTU Speech

(Tea Party PAC) – On Tuesday evening, President Trump delivered what might be the greatest State of the Union address ever given in the history of this great nation, and let me tell you, that’s saying a whole lot. This speech was simply amazing in every sense of the word.

Not only did the president highlight all of the major accomplishments his administration has made during his time in office, but he also honored many great heroes and unleashed a few surprises that made the evening something special, something that would be remembered for all-time.

The president’s son, Eric Trump, commented on the address, stating he believes his father may have won his reelection with that speech and said the address might be his finest moment.

Here’s more on that from The Gateway Pundit:

Americans cheered President Trump’s historic State of the Union Address on Tuesday night.

Undoubtedly, this was the best address in modern history!

No President in decades has had the success like this great American president.

Laura Ingraham called it the best State of the Union Address she has seen since her time in Washington.

Eric Trump then told her, “I think my father won reelection tonight. Tonight was his finest moment.”

Eric is right.

President Trump could not have been better on Tuesday night!

Via Laura Ingraham:

Here’s a few highlights from the speech from USA Today:

WASHINGTON — President Donald Trump delivered his State of the Union address Tuesday night, a day before he is expected to be acquitted by the Senateon two articles of impeachment, a topic notably absent from the night.

His mood was triumphant as he spoke to a Congress sharply split along partisan lines.

The president used the evening to note what he said were successes on the economy and push some key agenda items, including restricting abortion and illegal immigration. He claimed his administration “had shattered the mentality of American decline.”

Here are some of the highlights from Trump’s third State of the Union:

Trump boasts of economy

To roaring standing applause from supporters in the chamber—and some boos and head shaking from Democrats who remained seated—The president touted what he said were the results of the “great American comeback,” with a heavy emphasis on the economy.

“The vision I will lay out this evening demonstrates how we are building the world’s most prosperous and inclusive society, one where every citizen can join in America’s unparalleled success, and where every community can take part in America’s extraordinary rise,” Trump said.

Trump pointed out one of his guests, Tony Rankins, an Army veteran and recovering addict who found work doing construction as part of the administration’s “Opportunity Zone” program.

He also spent part of his address boasting of a revised trade deal he negotiated with Mexico and Canada and a separate new trade agreement with China.

“Unfair trade is perhaps the single biggest reason that I decided to run for president,” he said.

Trump said the new U.S.-Mexico-Canada Agreement will lead to a “much greater level of fairness and reciprocity” in trade with those countries. The China deal will end China’s practice of taking advantage of the United States, he said.

Highlighting low unemployment rates, Trump added that said his administration is particularly “lifting our citizens of every race, color, religion and creed very, very high.”

“The unemployment rate for African Americans, Hispanic Americans and Asian Americans has reached the lowest levels in history,” he said.

Trump also repeatedly made negative references to Democratic predecessor Barack Obama, at one point hitting the “failed economic policies of the previous administration” – and drawing boos from the Democratic half of the U.S. House chamber.

Trump illustrated his points with the stories of his selected guests in the audience, who ranged from the sibling of a man who was killed by an immigrant in the country illegally to a mother and young daughter who was born prematurely, according to the White House.

He also promoted his “school choice” agenda, noting that thousands of students remain on waiting lists for Pennsylvania “opportunity scholarships” for private schools. Their futures, he said, were “put further out of reach when Pennsylvania’s Governor vetoed legislation to expand school choice for 50,000 children.”

Trump proposed federal legislation to give tax credits to people who contribute to scholarship funds, and also announced that a child he had invited to the speech, Janiyah Davis of Pennsylvania, would be receiving a scholarship.

“No parent should be forced to send their child to a failing government school,’ he said.

One family was surprised with the return of Army Sergeant First Class Townsend Williams, who was serving his fourth deployment to the Middle East. During his address, Trump told the story of Williams’ family minutes before Williams walked down an aisle in the gallery to greet his family.

“Welcome home, Sgt. Williams,” Trump said as the chamber erupted into chants of “USA.”

That’s only some of the good stuff mentioned in the address. It’s worth watching the entire thing if you didn’t see it live.

President Trump has been a man of his word, a man of integrity, a fact that is unconvenient for the leftists who have been fighting tooth and nail to push a narrative that claims Trump is the devil incarnate. This is a man who has done what most politicians refuse to do, which is make a promise and actually keep it.

Trump had nothing to gain from becoming president. He was already loaded and had the best of everything he could possibly want. He became president because he wanted to help fix America, a nation broken by eight solid years of socialistic policies. And he’s done it.

His track record, combined with his bulldog tenacity, should earn him four more years in office without question.



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