‘He thinks Comity is the guy he fired’: Trump mocked for already ignoring unity call he’ll make in SOTU
President Donald Trump in the Oval Office (screengrab)

President Donald Trump in less than ten hours will stand before a joint session of Congress and the people of the United States to deliver his State of the Union address. In it, as Counselor to the President Kellyanne Conway revealed Monday, the President will issue a call for bipartisanship, unity, and comity – which is defined as courtesy and consideration. Conway stressed the word when talking to reporters, taking care to spell it for those who might have heard it as "comedy."


And yet, Tuesday morning, President Trump unleashed a tweet proving his words will be hollow and his promises empty. He just demonstrated his sheer inability to create unity or demonstrate comity.

Trump attacked Chuck Schumer, claiming the Senate Democratic Leader is "just upset that he didn’t win the Senate, after spending a fortune, like he thought he would."

Some on social media were quick to point out Trump's transgression, mocking him ahead of his speech:

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