BuzzFeed News combed through the text of every State of the Union since George Washington’s first address in 1790. Trump’s speech used simple words with a positive message — just like most modern presidents.
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"Now I know why the Golden Globes are on a Sunday, because Oprah just took me to church..."
"The president's throat was dry, nothing more than that. He does have a physical scheduled for next year."
As an immigrant, Khizr Khan lived the American dream — until he lost his son, shared his grief publicly, and became a national symbol of resistance. Through it all, his faith in the deeply divided country that became his home has never wavered.
"I never start the show like this."
"Trump must be removed. Republicans, stand up to this obscene man." —Stephen King
"We cannot tolerate, as a society, the spilling of innocent, young, wonderful, vibrant people — sons and daughters, even husbands and wives."
President Donald Trump's speech on Islam delivered in Saudi Arabia wasn't as bad as some American Muslims had expected, but it's not likely to win them over. "It was definitely awkward."
The university canceled Coulter's event, then offered to reschedule, citing safety concerns. Coulter has insisted on speaking on the original date.
"Look, that’s the information I was given," the former US attorney in Manhattan said during his first speech since being fired by the president.
The president's address to Congress was without his usual bombast, but was also lacking in details.
"We are not going to go back to the bad old days of ignorance and harassment, oppression and hiding who we are."
Sometimes Star Wars can sound like "Star Whores."
The president claimed during his first major interview that two people were shot and killed during Obama's farewell speech, but Chicago Police say that's not true.
The prime minister has laid out her 12 objectives for negotiating Brexit. But what do the stars have to say about it?
"He had a story, and it deserved to be told, and August Wilson told it."
Lots of feelings.
"She was an inspiration to us every day."
"India is probably the only country in the world where its elected leader addresses the people in a language most don't understand."
"Not even one mention of Mitron. Feeling cheated with one billion others."
"Should I spend all my 100s before this happens?"
Regulating Facebook would invite Constitutional challenges, legal experts say, while lawmakers call for better internal policies to curb misinformation.
"We've got to define what this continent means," Richard Spencer told a crowd gathered at Texas A&M. "America at the end of the day belongs to white men."
"Now it's time for America to bind the wounds of division."
"The land of Takshila, one of the greatest learning centres of ancient times, is now host to the Ivy League of terrorism."
“There has never been a man or a woman, not me, not Bill, nobody more qualified than Hillary Clinton to serve as president,” Obama said to roaring applause.
We're through the looking glass here, people.
Melania Trump has been accused of plagiarising Michelle Obama's 2008 speech. This quiz gets difficult surprisingly quickly.
We grew up on mass shootings. After Orlando, it's time for our generation to take action.
Forests, mountains... They all begin to look the same eventually.
It's still not too late.
"...Since the beginning of the great, unfinished symphony that is our American experiment, time and time again, immigrants get the job done."
“Geez, this is like a skinny-person coffin, though.”
"These are the things that will never change in your life."
"The prime minister speaks of 'Mann Ki Baat', but he doesn't listen."
"I'm sociologically programmed to want chocolate on Valentine's Day."
The actor brought to life a passage from Armistead Maupin’s novel Tales of the City at a live reading event in London.
The president used a rare prime-time address from the Oval Office to tell Americans "we cannot turn against one another."
The president spoke from the Oval Office on Sunday night.
Obama's remarks came during a news conference on the Paris attacks.
"Terrorism won’t destroy the Republic, because the Republic will destroy terrorism," French President François Hollande vowed in a rare address to Congress.
"Faced with terror, France must be strong, it must be great, and the state authorities must be firm. We will be."
"None of us get out of life alive, so be gallant, be great, be gracious, and be grateful for the opportunities you have."
“We need to find a way to address it and we need to do that as soon as possible.”
"Soldiers - in the name of democracy, let us all unite!"
"'Truck!' He was saying the word 'Truck!'"