A Republican lawmaker says "the state of Arkansas would just like to forget the Clinton era."
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Rachel Martin speaks with former Kentucky Gov. Steve Beshear, who delivered the official Democratic response to President Trump's address to Congress. NPR's Scott Detrow also has analysis.
The success of the big speech strategy seemed immediately apparent. Media coverage was largely positive, even laudatory. Snap polls showed big majorities found the speech optimistic and uplifting.
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We review Trump's speech with Scott Detrow and talk to Sebastian Gorka, the deputy assistant to the president, who gives his take on the president's speech to Congress and his approach to terrorism.
President Trump took a hard line against illegal immigration in his address to Congress. Democrats chose an immigrant activist who was brought to the U.S. illegally to give one of their responses.
In the Atlanta area, some voters thought Trump's speech to Congress was more optimistic than things he has said in the past, but they're still skeptical of Trump.
We check in with a few voters in Boise, Idaho to ask how they felt about President Trump's first major speech before Congress.
One of the world's largest agricultural shows is underway in Paris. France is Europe's top agricultural producer, and as its presidential election approaches, the show is a must-stop for candidates.
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Rep. Bill Johnson, a Republican of Ohio, is an enthusiastic supporter of President Trump's immigration order. He talks with Rachel Martin and Scott Detrow about Trump's speech to Congress.
Kori Schake, a former Bush administration national security council member, talks with Rachel Martin and Mary Louise Kelly about Trump's approach to national security and terrorism in his speech.
Steve Inskeep and Scott Detrow talk with Kurt Bardella, who used to be a consultant for Breitbart News, about the influence of former Breitbart News head Steve Bannon on Trump's speech to Congress.
President Trump doubled down on his pledge to quickly repeal and replace Obamacare. He talked about the longtime Republican idea of having health insurers sell insurance across state lines.
Each year French farmers gather in central Paris for one of the world's largest agricultural shows. As France's presidential election approaches, the candidates want to be seen patting cows and lambs.
In his speech to Congress, President Trump proposed a major overhaul of U.S. immigration policy. Immigrant-rights activists do not seem impressed, while Trump's base likes a tough line on immigration.
In his speech, President Trump talked about cutting federal regulations. In this week's installment of #AskCokie, commentator Cokie Roberts answers listener questions about what that would mean.
President Trump presented big ideas but few details in his first speech to a joint session of Congress last night. We look at what he talked about and how Democrats responded.
In the president's speech to Congress Tuesday night, he praised Ryan Owens, who was killed in a raid in Yemen. The president addressed Owens' widow, who wept as she sat in the House gallery.
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The Democratic Party is offering a rebuttal to President Trump's remarks Tuesday night. Party leadership chose former Kentucky Gov. Steve Beshear for his record on health care access.
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The president is expected to share his vision for the "renewal of the American spirit" on Tuesday night. Journalists across NPR are live-annotating his remarks.
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The White House said Monday the speech would take an optimistic tone as the president outlines how he plans to begin a "renewal of the American spirit" with his economic goals and priorities
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