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President Donald Trump delivered his first official State of the Union address in the nation's capital on Tuesday night, but most Democrats kept up their unflagging resistance.

Trump touted his administration's economic successes, and he pushed for bipartisanship with Democrats on infrastructure issues, such as rebuilding roads and bridges, and the fight against ISIS.

"The state of our union is strong because our people are strong," Trump said. "And together, we are building a safe, strong and proud America."

Politicians and pundits took to Twitter to react to Trump's address, with many lamenting that Democrats looked noticeably angry and generally refused to applaud the president.

On "Fox & Friends," Steve Doocy pointed to all of the nonpartisan subjects Democrats refused to applaud, including veterans care, the national anthem and God. 

See the reactions below...


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