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Trump Just Upstaged Obama During The State Of The Union With One Signature Move

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President Barack Obama’s State of the Union oratory apparently left Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump unimpressed Tuesday night, as The Donald was happy to tweet about the address to his followers.

“The ‪#SOTU speech is really boring, slow, lethargic – very hard to watch!” Trump tweeted Tuesday night.

He followed that initial tweet with a more extensive summary.

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“The State Of The Union speech was one of the most boring, rambling and non-substantive I have heard in a long time. New leadership fast!” Trump tweeted Wednesday.

Speaking of leadership and leads, Trump also wanted his followers to see how far ahead of his rivals he is in a new CBS nationwide poll.

The poll shows Trump, at 36 percent, almost doubling the support for second place candidate Sen. Ted Cruz, R-Texas, who was at 19 percent. That poll also showed that 52% of Trump supporters are firmly behind him, saying they’ve made their final decision as to who they are voting for in the GOP primary. Only 24% of non-Trump supporters were that firm in their convictions.

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“Numerous polls have me beating Hillary Clinton. In a race with her, voter turnout will be the highest in U.S. history-I get most new voters!” Trump tweeted.

Trump also voiced outrage at the incident in which Iran held 10 American sailors, and the wider issue of Obama’s Iranian nuclear agreement.

Iran toys with U.S. days before we pay them, ridiculously, billions of dollars. Don’t release money. We want our hostages back NOW!” he tweeted.

“The Iran deal is terrible. Why didn’t we get the uranium stockpile – it was sent to Russia. ‪#SOTU,” Trump also tweeted.

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 if the watchman sees the sword coming and does not blow the trumpet, and the people are not warned, and the sword comes and takes any person from among them, he is taken away in his iniquity; but his blood I will require at the watchman’s hand.
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