The People Can Rule Themselves.

As Melania, the kids and 15 guests sat in the galleries, Donald Trump delivered his first State of the Union. It took seventy-three hours, or that’s what it felt like, thanks to a standing ovation from Republicans every two seconds. Even though he was potentially reading his speech for the first time he managed to stumble through without being racist or throwing his own faeces. But that doesn’t mean it was good. Plus, Deputy FBI director Andrew McCabe has stepped down, and everyone’s asking: did Trump have something to do with it?

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Your host is Mia Freedman with Amelia Lester.

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