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Six things Trump didn't say in his address to Congress

President Donald Trump delivered a largely conventional address Tuesday night before a joint session of Congress that was a toned down version of his blustering, unpredictable self.

Missing were staples of a Trump speech: talk of crowd size, alleged voter fraud and and his own unfair treatment by the dishonest media. In their place, adjustments to some of his more controversial positions: "we strongly support NATO," declared the president who last month called the alliance "obsolete."

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