President Trump Was Audibly Booed *Six Times* During His Congressional Speech

Not everybody was on board with the whole "coming together" thing.

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President Trump made his first address to a joint session of Congress on Tuesday night, and his message took a different tone than his usual rhetoric. He frequently called on Democrats and Republicans to unite behind his policies. Some subjects elicited applause from both sides of the aisle (see: veterans affairs, infrastructure spending), but, since many of POTUS's goals are already proving quite divisive, there was also some very noticeable dissent.

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Here, the six times Trump was audibly booed during his speech:

As soon as he was introduced

When he claimed his administration was "draining the swamp" of corruption, even when that's likely not the case:

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When he called on Congress to repeal and replace Obamacare:

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When he talked about building "a great wall on our southern border:"

When he talked about restarting construction on the Keystone and Dakota Access pipelines:

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And when he announced a new office, VOICE, Victims of Immigration Crime Engagement, a move that critics found offensive and even racist:

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