State of the Union as reality TV entertainment

The State of the Union address on Tuesday, Feb. 4, was worthy of a reality televison show. It had something for every viewer. It had something for people to hurrah and for others to disdain.

The event started on a startling note when the President seemed to ignore House Speaker Nancy Pelosi’s outstretched hand before he began speaking. Did he not notice she was attempting to shake his hand? Did he snub her? It is open . . .

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