Trump’s Guest List For State Of The Union Address Announced

Some Democrats are planning to troll President Trump with their guest choices for the State of the Union on Tuesday night. But Trump has a guest list of his own and it includes people who will represent serious issues.

USA Today reports:

State of the Union 2019: Donald Trump’s guest list hits on all his expected talking points

President Donald Trump has announced who will attend Tuesday’s State of the Union as his guests.

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The list includes people who represent different topics Trump is expected to speak on during his national address. Those topics include immigration, border security, the economy, the military and criminal justice reform…

Family members of Gerald and Sharon David will attend to represent the murdered Reno, Nevada, couple.

The Davids’ daughter Debra Bissell, granddaughter Heather Armstrong, and great-granddaughter Madison Armstrong make up three generations of the family. The Davids were killed in January after police said a man suspected of being in the country illegally killed shot them during a robbery.

Matthew Charles will attend as the first prisoner to be released because of the First Step Act. He was released on January 3 after being sentenced to 35 years in prison for drug-related offenses.

The First Step Act gives judges more discretion in sentencing offenders for nonviolent crimes, particularly drug offenses, and strengthen rehabilitation programs for former prisoners. It would also call for placing federal prisoners closer to home – no more than 500 miles – so families could visit more often…

Trump has spent a considerable amount of time talking about human trafficking along the border. Elvin Hernandez, a special agent with the Department of Homeland Security, investigates drugs, gangs and human trafficking, according to the White House.

There’s more. Read the rest here.

Democrats think this is a big game, but Trump is going to address serious issues. Be sure to watch.

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