The president pitched bipartisanship but struck polarising tone on immigration and socialism

Donald Trump delivered his second State of the Union address on Tuesday before a divided Congress and the American electorate, urging unity despite giving a speech that often reflected the country’s bitterly polarized political climate.

The president attempted to cast his agenda as bipartisan amid rising tensions over immigration following the longest government shutdown in US history last month.

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