Eight key lines from Donald Trump’s State of the Union speech, and why they matter
President Donald Trump has called on Washington to cast aside "revenge, resistance and retribution" and end "ridiculous partisan investigations" in his second State of the Union address.
The president also announced a second summit with North Korea but refused to yield on the hard-line immigration policies that have infuriated Democrats, renewing his call for a border wall with Mexico.
But how will Trump’s call for bipartisanship go down with the Democrats – and how realistic are the ambitions outlined in the speech?
"Victory is not winning for our party. Victory is winning for our country"
For days the White House had been briefing that Donald Trump would embrace bipartisanship in his…
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