Opinion

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 . . .

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