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Ruthless ABC News Openly BULLIES Young Boy Trump Invited to SOTU, Gets Blasted

The kid was invited to the SOTU because he was bullied at school for his last name!

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One of President Trump’s invited guests to the State of the Union was a sixth-grader named Joshua Trump.

The young boy had been bullied at school because of his last name.

During the address, which lasted nearly an hour and a half and didn’t start until roughly 9pm EST, Joshua appeared to doze off.

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ABC News sent a tweet openly mocking the child.

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So, ABC just publicly bullied a kid who gets bullied in school.

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President Trump invited Americans to the SOTU who have seen their lives change in dramatic ways.

It really speaks volumes about his character.

President Donald Trump will welcome over a dozen Americans to join him at the State of the Union address on Tuesday to highlight his priorities for the country.

The President and first lady’s guest list features family members of an elderly couple killed by illegal immigrants and the father of a seaman killed in the U.S.S. Cole attack. Jamal al-Badawi, the terrorist leader of that attack, was killed in January by U.S. forces.

Others include Americans released from prison as a result of the First Step Act, a woman recovering from opioid addiction, and a border enforcement official.

The president will also welcome Joshua Trump, a sixth-grade student from Wilmington, Delaware who has been bullied because of his last name.

Even if you’re a Congressman who is only clapping because you don’t want to get trashed by left or right-leaning outlets, you should still be able to agree that bipartisanship is a good thing.

By the look on Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez’s face after President Trump called for unity between Republicans and Democrats at the State of the Union address, she’s not in favor.

Kinda weird.

Trump calls for unity between both parties: “But we must reject the politics of revenge, resistance and retribution, and embrace the boundless potential of cooperation, compromise and common good”

Socialist Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez is one of the only people to not stand and clap

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Millennials need to come together to apologize for Ocasio-Cortez. The Congresswoman knows so, so, so little of which she speaks.

It would be funny if it wasn’t so aggravating.

During a recent event, AOC said the world will stop spinning in 12 years if drastic action isn’t taken on climate change.

Those words actually came from her lips.

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