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Last night’s State of the Union address was arguably the best speech the President has ever delivered. It flowed well, hit most of the important points, wasn’t childish, and even demonstrated a sense of humility at times we’re not accustomed to seeing from him. But there was one moment that ran afoul of the whole message and created an awkward moment in the midst of his speech.
It happens to be the same topic that makes him look the most foolish on Twitter and in interviews. The topic is the ongoing investigations, particularly Robert Mueller’s investigation into Russian hacking of the 2016 election.
When he delivered his rhyming line about the investigation, the applause he was expecting didn’t materialize. As NBC noted:
To paraphrase a line from Shakespeare’s Hamlet, “The President doth protest too much, methinks.”
Those who believe there was no collusion don’t need to be reminded by the President that the investigation is frivolous. They already believe this. Those who believe there was collusion will think his incessant protests are clear indicators that he has something to hide.
It’s time for him to simply stop.
Every time the President talks about the investigation, he brings more focus onto it without having any positive effects whatsoever. He’s already made his objections hundreds of times. If he just ignored it publicly going forward, he’d be much better off.
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