Trump thanks WWII vets at State of the Union address

US President Donald Trump introduced three World War II veterans at the 2019 State of the Union address Tuesday in Washington DC. One was Herman Zeitchik, a Jewish American who helped liberate the Dachau Nazi death camp. The other veterans were Private First Class Joseph N. Riley and Staff Sergeant Erving Walker.
President Trump also called for the American government to run the country "not as two parties but as one nation... it's not a Republican agenda or Democrat agenda but the agenda of the American people."
He called to "reduce the price of health care and prescription drugs, to create an immigration system that is safe, lawful, modern and secure, and to pursue a foreign policy that puts America’s interests first."
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