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Deseret News: 11 opinions on President Trump's State of the Union from The New York Times, Washington Post, CNN and Fox News

SALT LAKE CITY — President Donald Trump delivered the State of the Union address Tuesday night, and there were multiple opinions on Trump’s words, and the speech itself, in the immediate aftermath.

Trump focused on a number of topics in his speech, drifting from discussions on illegal immigration, the U.S. military, and plans to combat HIV and AIDS. He also made pointed remarks about abortion and how the U.S. will never be a socialist country. Trump also made a case for unity in his speech.

A number of columnists, opinion writers and editorial boards wrote about Trump’s speech. Here’s what they wrote.

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David N. Bossie wrote for Fox News that he feels optimistic that Trump will work with Democrats.
“Think of it. Even in the face of a permanent Democrat obstruction campaign and an onslaught of partisan investigations throughout his presidency, President Trump is choosing unity. President Trump made clear — once again – that he wants to work with Democrats on border security, health care and infrastructure. But it takes two to tango. This constitutional republic of ours cannot function if one side flat-out refuses to participate.”

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Fox Business: Democrats hate Trump more than they love the country: CU President David Bossie appears on Lou Dobbs Tonight

Feb. 05, 2019 - 3:57 - Former Trump campaign aide David Bossie on what to expect from President Trump’s State of the Union address and how Democrats are continuing to resent Trump.

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Fox Business: David Bossie discusses Ocasio-Cortez on Lou Dobbs

David Bossie joins Lou Dobbs to discuss Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez who called climate change 'our World War II.'

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Polizette: Americans ‘Deserve Protection’ That the Border Wall Will Provide, Bossie Says

Americans “deserve protection” from the threats illegal immigration pose to the nation — and they deserve the protection that a wall along the U.S.-Mexico border can provide, former Trump deputy campaign manager David Bossie said Thursday night on Fox News’ “The Ingraham Angle.”

President Donald Trump campaigned heavily on his now-iconic pledge to build a border wall.

Although Republicans held majorities in both the House and the Senate for the first two years of Trump’s presidency, lawmakers could not reach an agreement on funding the border wall — and punted on the issue.

Now that Democrats again have a majority in the House, the $5 billion in border wall funding that Trump is demanding will become even more difficult to attain as both parties struggle to reopen the government after the partial shutdown.

Although Trump and GOP lawmakers showed a willingness to lower the $5 billion request in a compromise, newly minted House Speaker Nancy Pelosi (D-Calif.) and Senate Minority Leader Chuck Schumer (D-N.Y.) still are refusing to budge on providing a cent of border wall funding.

After reclaiming the House gavel, Pelosi and the new Democratic majority passed a spending bill on Thursday to end the partial government shutdown that failed to include any funding for the wall.

Bossie argued Thursday night against Chris Hahn, a former Democratic aide to Schumer, about what constitutes border security and why the wall is needed to secure the border.

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“This President supports term limits.” – Citizens United President David Bossie appears on Fox News “The Next Revolution”

“This President supports term limits.” – Citizens United President David Bossie appears on Fox News “The Next Revolution”  


Wash Post: Power Up: 'Pack of Killers': David Bossie's rules for Trump on fighting Congress and Mueller

BOSSIE'S RULES OF ENGAGEMENT: Dear Mr. President, one of your closest allies and loyal defenders was the chief investigator for another embattled president in the 1990s. David Bossie was Rep. Dan Burton's (R-Ind.) wingman on the House Oversight Committee when Republicans searched for every skeleton in Bill Clinton's closet — and then some. He helped ferret out information on everything from Vince Foster to Whitewater to Monica Lewinsky, culminating in a successful bid to impeach the then-president. 

So if you haven't already picked Bossie's brain on how to prepare for the onslaught of subpoenas and investigations coming your way from House Democrats in January, we did it for you. And there's something from Bossie for everyone: Having been in their position 20 years ago, he has some timely advice for the Democratic committee chairs eagerly waiting to dig deeper into Trump's alleged links to the Kremlin, the payments to Stormy Daniels and the spending habits of current and former Cabinet officials.

So, read closely, Washington.

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The Daily Caller: Op-ed: Lewandowski & Bossie: Intel Chiefs are some of the deep state's most dangerous members

The most dangerous members of the internal embedded resistance to President Donald J. Trump reside in the many unelected bureaucrats who are silently taking actions to sabotage the Trump agenda. Although the left likes to make fun of those who reference the “deep state” in the intelligence community, the evidence is strong that the intelligence leadership, and some in the law enforcement community, actively tried to thwart the candidacy of Trump and undermine the agenda.

The idea of the “deep state” is that there are elements in the federal government that do not answer to the people. The intelligence community has been the primary offender in recent years, but unelected bureaucrats in the military or law enforcement community could also play a role. The usual offenders are people at the upper echelons of government who feel like they can do whatever they want with little likelihood they will ever get caught. This is not a tin foil hat conspiracy theory, it is fact, and we have witnessed evidence of resistance to the election of President Trump within the Trump administration over the past few years.

A few examples from the intelligence and law enforcement community show the damage the “deep state” has inflicted on democracy. President Trump argued that Former FBI Director James Comey leaked classified information and lied to Congress while conducting an investigation into Hillary Clinton in a way that assumed, she was going to win the presidency. The smoking gun came on July 5, 2016, when then Director Comey announced that no charges would be brought against Clinton despite the fact that she had compromised national security with a home brew private server email system that was set up to avoid disclosure of public records to the American public.

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CNN’s Jim Acosta is an embarrassment: David Bossie

Former Trump campaign aide David Bossie on CNN’s lawsuit against the Trump administration over reporter Jim Acosta’s press pass being revoked.

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Washington Examiner: New West Virginia poll points to GOP upset over red state Democratic senator

A new poll shows Republican challenger Patrick Morrisey inching ahead of Democratic Sen. Joe Manchin in West Virginia’s pivotal Senate race.

The poll, commissioned by the National Republican Senatorial Committee, shows Morrisey, the state attorney general, leading Manchin 44 percent to 42 percent. Libertarian Rusty Hollen takes 3 percent, and 12 percent are undecided.

Take Hollen out of the equation, and Morrisey leads Manchin 47 percent to 45 percent, with 8 percent undecided.

Since the confirmation fight over Supreme Court Justice Brett Kavanaugh, Republican Senate candidates have surged in red states. West Virginia has remained a tough target for the GOP, however, even though President Trump won the state by 42 points in 2016. Manchin is up by 12 points in the RealClearPolitics polling average.

The survey of 600 likely voters was taken Oct. 16-18 with a margin of error of plus or minus 4 percent.

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Politico: 'Schumer's little pet': GOP takes one last swing at Manchin

INWOOD, W.Va. — Republicans are mounting a last-ditch effort to unseat Democratic Sen. Joe Manchin, who is stubbornly holding on to a lead in this state that President Donald Trump won by 42 points.

On Monday, Donald Trump Jr. and former Fox News host Kimberly Guilfoyle rallied supporters for GOP candidate Patrick Morrisey and rained down insults on Manchin, following a weekend visit from Vice President Mike Pence. Citizens United laid down a $500,000 ad buy touting Morrisey as the “only candidate we can trust.” And President Donald Trump is considering a visit here just before Election Day, according to a Republican familiar with party deliberations.

“We want the president to come back here. This president’s been a difference-maker in this race. We’re in a good position to close,” Morrisey said in an interview after his rally with the president’s son. “We think the president’s going to come back.”

With Pence, Trump. Jr. and Sen. Rand Paul (R-Ky.) all campaigning with Morrisey lately, the question has shifted to what the president will do. His time is valuable: There are only two weeks left until the election, and perhaps a half-dozen Senate races where Trump could help help spur GOP turnout.

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