State of the Union: The chance of Trump's agenda getting through Congress and other takeaways


WASHINGTON – President Donald Trump used his State of the Union address to continue his push for a border wall and outline his agenda for the second half of his term, including a handful of specific proposals he asked Congress to consider.   

Trump called for bipartisanship in broad terms but also blasted themultiple investigations that have loomed over his presidency and pressed hard for immigration changes – including the border wall that Democrats have flatly rejected. 

Here are six key takeaways from his speech – Trump's second State of the Union and third address to a joint session of Congress – and whether his proposals have any chance of passing in a new era of divided government:

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