Trump reboots his presidency with condemnation of hatred | Daily Mail Online: President Trump addressed both houses of Congress in a Joint Session just over a month into his presidency
New U.S. leader channeled Kennedy to speak of the 'courage to share the dreams that fill our hearts'
But bluntly political speech also tells the House and the Senate to take action on his agenda
He told them to 'increase funding for our veterans,' pass 'historic tax reform', 'repeal and replace Obamacare,' and 'help ensure new parents have paid family leave'
Most electrifying moment of address lasting slightly over one hour was when he paid tribute to William 'Ryan' Owens, SEAL killed on raid in Yemen last month
The SEAL's widow Carryn Owens sat beside Ivanka Trump and cried as the divided Congress united for the longest ovation of the evening
Trump refused to back down on immigration saying: 'what would you say to the American family that loses their jobs, their income, or their loved one?'
Opening sentences of speech robustly condemned anti-Semitic attacks and allegedly racially motivated Kansas City shooting of two Indian men
Democratic women wore white in reference to fight for suffrage and made thumbs down gestures to speech
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