President Donald Trump during his second State of the Union Address made an undeniable case for the wisdom of bipartisan cooperation in Congress, keeping his wayward presidency in check, and replacing him as soon as possible.

Filled with threats, deceit and innuendo, the shameful speech was more like of that of a desperate, third-world dictator than that of an American president.

Because the tirade was filled with customary Trump distortions, fiction and conflations, Americans looking for a defensible argument for anything this president pitched were left wanting.

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