Donald Trump touted all his accomplishments from his first year in the White House during Tuesday night's very partisan State of the Union address.
There was hardly any mention of proposals and wish lists for what he would like to do for the future of the country and its place in the world. And Russia was completely off the table for discussion.
For the first hour, his speech mostly focused on domestic policy, including tax reform, trade, economy, and immigration, enforcing the MAGA campaign he was elected for.
But the failed talking points on other issues left those viewing the address with many sour faces.
Early during the speech, Trump asked for the country and Congress to come together.
Tonight, I call upon all of us to set aside our differences, to seek out common ground, and to summon the unity we need to deliver for the people we were elected to serve.
But after unsuccessfully protecting DACA, which led to the government shut down, Chuck Schumer, didn't seem too eager to join the crusade.
Twitter had some thoughts on Schumer's telling expression in response to Trump's "summon unity" spiel.
Chuck Schumer seems to be in a good mood. #SOTU https://t.co/YyJxuDd2q2— Stefan Molyneux (@Stefan Molyneux)1517365167.0
Finally figured out who #schumer reminds me of...Mr. Burns 😂😂 #SOTU #stateofourunion https://t.co/LYIh5E2K9R— vanessa (@vanessa)1517365661.0
"If you work hard, if you believe in yourself, if you believe in America, then you can dream anything, you can be anything, and together, we can achieve anything," Trump said at one point.
However, the look on House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi's face indicates that a bipartisanship effort to bring the country together seems unlikely.
Yeah, she's not buying. Giphy
Comparisons were drawn.
Chuck Schumer looks like Satan. Nancy Pelosi looks equally as evil. #SOTU https://t.co/hW18qeNbEH— 👨🏻💻 (@👨🏻💻)1517365728.0
One of these was not like the other. Bernie Sanders appears not to rise to the occasion.
Sanders won't stand for it.(Alex Wong/Getty Images)
Same #SOTU https://t.co/fDuJv6t3ct— People For Bernie (@People For Bernie)1517366911.0
@People4Bernie Bernie has that look like, "Y'all believe this bull****???"— Chris Starks (@Chris Starks)1517367051.0
Elizabeth Warren was disenchanted with the SOTU, but she explained how she musters up the strength to continue fighting the good fight. She tweeted:
I went to the #SOTU. I wanted it burned into my eyes. If there’s ever a moment when I’m too tired to keep fighting,… https://t.co/C53JCyUWB6— Elizabeth Warren (@Elizabeth Warren)1517371159.0
This photo must've been taken before Warren closed her eyes for inspiration.
Discerning looks from the crowd.(Alex Wong/Getty Images)
Indy100 compiled more images from those attending the State of the Union. The dour faces in the crowed were not all coincidental.
Here's the Representative from South Carolina's 6th congressional district, James Clyburn.
The lone South Carolina Democrat @Clyburn is... not impressed. #scpol https://t.co/px8F8S5awu— Jamie Lovegrove (@Jamie Lovegrove)1517366797.0
@jslovegrove @scottwongDC @Clyburn Like me, he’d rather watch Duran Duran give a state of the union of the snake address.— chip dornell (@chip dornell)1517367055.0
Even Trump-appointee as Associate Justice of the Supreme Court, Neil Gorsuch, issued a stone-cold stare.
Neil Gorsuch is my spirit animal right now #SOTU https://t.co/BCPcQStdJI— Dan Broadbent (@Dan Broadbent)1517366106.0
The First Lady was not immune from scrutiny.
Melania's face as Trump enters the House Chamber says it all #SOTU https://t.co/N1wyVv6PT9— Brian Koerber (@Brian Koerber)1517364402.0
@bkurbs Melania is thinking, what does Stormy got I don't— selin312 (@selin312)1517419176.0
@bkurbs She was genuinely smiling before he came in. I think that’s the first time I’ve ever seen her smile. She ne… https://t.co/EqoXyx1UWc— HerRachelHighness👸🏻🌟 (@HerRachelHighness👸🏻🌟)1517375584.0
Sarah Kendzior wrote on NBC News's op-ed, THINK:
Trump's State of the Union was meant to soothe a frustrated population into a false sense of normalcy — but there is nothing normal about a president who threatens private citizens and American institutions while displaying deference to a hostile state.
That sentiment seemed to reflect on the faces of those in attendance Tuesday night, with one exception, of course.