WASHINGTON - President Donald Trump challenged the nation to think big Tuesday night, to set aside divisions and fend off terrorism, poverty, crime and unfair trade deals.
But the divisions he's sown made his pleas for unity a hard sell in his first address to Congress.
Democrats hissed and coughed in a display of civil disobedience and passive aggression toward a president some already want to impeach. Some snickered when Trump reached the rhetorical crescendo of his oratory, declar
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