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‘Worse than the Super Bowl and lower scoring’: Internet unloads on stupidity of Trump’s #SOTU

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The internet was pre-gaming President Donald Trump’s State of the Union Address with frustration and annoyance. That was no match for the anger once the speech finally began, however.

Washington Post columnist Karen Tumulty recalled the area of the room known as “ass kisser’s alley,” where those who want camera time and a handshake from the president line up. For tonight, count on people like Sen. Lindsey Graham (R-SC) to be at least one of them. It will be curious to see if any of the three members in the so-called “Pariah Caucus” will be among those reaching for a handshake.

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Activist Jeff Tiedrich noted that the bar for the president was so low we could hardly look at it:

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Others found it a little inappropriate that a president under criminal investigation probably shouldn’t be delivering an address tonight.

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Meanwhile, elected women decided to wear white to signify the suffragette movement. The decision was to celebrate the influence women had in the 2018 election.

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Trump’s daughter Tiffany also joined in the movement:

Others in advocacy communities did the state of their own union with regard to their issue. The network Logo did one about the state of the LGBTQ union:

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But it was Pelosi that stole the night with her facial expressions:

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Chris Wallace shreds Ken Starr: Trump’s scandal ‘a much bigger issue than whether Bill Clinton lied about sex’

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Fox News host Chris Wallace argued that the deeds President Donald Trump is accused of are more serious to the country than President Bill Clinton's actions, who was impeached for lying about sex.

During a break in impeachment hearings on Monday, Wallace called out Ken Starr's "characterization of this process and what we heard today... he said that the presentation against the president is narrow, prosecutors look through the world through dirty windows, it's slanted."

"And you know, it just seems to me -- and Ken, I see you there on the screen so I'll be talking directly to you -- when you compare this to the Clinton impeachment, which was basically about whether the president had lied under oath about sex," Wallace continued. "I'm not talking about whether this story is true or not."

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Estranged Republican horrified her former party thinks Trump is better than Lincoln

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Estranged former Republican Ashley Pratte found herself aghast by a recent poll showing a majority of GOP voters now rate President Donald Trump more favorably than Abraham Lincoln.

Writing for NBC News, Pratte argued that Lincoln, widely considered by historians to be one of America's greatest presidents, was the polar opposite of Trump.

"Trump’s years in office have been full of nepotism, scandal, profiting from his position as president and now he is about to become the third-ever president to be impeached," she argued. "So how can those same Republicans now honestly believe that Trump has, in any way, been a good president, let alone one of the best?"

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‘Castor lies’: GOP counsel busted for peddling Ukraine falsehood in impeachment testimony

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Republican counsel Stephen Castor lied during his impeachment defense of President Donald Trump.

The GOP attorney testified that Ukrainian officials "did not learn (military aid) was paused until the pause was reported publicly in the U.S. media on Aug. 28," but Just Security editor-in-chief Ryan Goodman said that claim was false.

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Castor: Ukraine officials "did not learn it was paused until the pause was reported publicly in the US media on August 28"

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