Special Guests at Union Address Include Boy Bullied for ‘Trump’ Surname

The mainstream media and general public don’t have many nice things to say about the man who runs the free world.

He is constantly attacked and bullied in the mainstream media. So naturally, when he heard of the troubles that sixth grade student Joshua Trump was experiencing at school for having the same last name, despite no relation, the President invited him as a special guest to the State of Union address.

In a statement released to the media, the young Trump has expressed thanks to the first lady and the Trump family for their support.

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Words can hurt, you know

According to DPA, joining first lady Melania Trump during the State of the Union Address before Congress will involve a number of special guests — including the young boy, and the family of a couple murdered in their home by an illegal immigrant.

Perhaps a sympathetic motion to push forward funding for the wall?

Present at the address will be the daughter, granddaughter and great-granddaughter of Gerald and Sharon David, killed in their Nevada home in January,

Additionally, Judah Samet, a Holocaust survivor that lived through the Pittsburgh synagogue shooting in October, which killed 11 people, will also be a guest of the president.

The annual address is hosted a week later as planned, due to the longest-ever shutdown of the US government in history.

The president said on Friday that negotiations with Democrats over funding the wall have not advanced and he may declare a national emergency to bypass Congress to build it.

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