President-elect Donald Trump waits to stop out onto the portico for his Presidential Inauguration at the U.S. Capitol in Washington, Friday, Jan. 20, 2017. (AP Photo/Patrick Semansky)

A Preview of the State of the Union

White House staff sent out an email earlier this morning to members of the media, including The Resurgent. I wasn’t going to publish them, but as one site is claiming an exclusive and publishing them, I figured I would. Multiple outlets got the bullet points below. They are highlights of tomorrow night’s State of the Union address. The speech, President Trump’s first before a joint session of congress, will include:

  • One by one, President Trump has been checking off the promises he made to the American people. He’s doing what he said he was going to do.
  • In Tuesday night’s speech, he will lay out an optimistic vision for the country that crosses the traditional lines of party, race and socioeconomic status. It will invite Americans of all backgrounds to come together in the service of a stronger, brighter future for our nation.
  • All Americans share a desire for safe communities for themselves and their families. All Americans want their children to have access to good schools. And all Americans deserve good jobs that allow them to prosper and dream. For far too many people – “the forgotten men and women” – these fundamental desires have been out of reach for too long.
  • The President will lay out the concrete steps he has already taken to make the American Dream possible for all of our people.
  • He will talk about how he wants to work with Congress to pass a bold agenda. That will include:
    • Tax and regulatory reform to get relief to hardworking Americans and American businesses.
    • Making the workplace better for working parents.
    • Saving American families from the disaster of Obamacare.
    • Making sure every child in America has access to a good education.
    • A great rebuilding of the American military.
    • Fulfilling our commitments to our veterans and making sure they have access to the care they need.
  • It will be a speech addressed to ALL Americans AS Americans—not to a coalition of special interests and minor issues.
  • Americans can expect a speech that is grounded firmly in solving real problems for real people. How can we make sure that every American who needs a good job can get one? How can we get kids who are trapped in failing schools into a better school? How we can keep gangs and drugs and violent crime out of their neighborhoods?
  • The President will reach out to Americans living in the poorest and most vulnerable communities, and let them know that help is on the way.
  • He will also speak to the daily challenges of the Middle Class.
  • He will look to the future and talk about what we can achieve if we come together.
  • Finally, he will call on Congress to act. He is eager to partner with lawmakers to fix our problems and build on this renewed American spirit.

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