March 01, 2017: 5:09 PM EST McMullin: Trump learning how to convey his message and President Trump's first speech to Congress.

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President Trump Trump Evan McMullin U.S. Congress Vice President President U.S. presidential election Mike Pence christiane amanpour Speaker of the House Washington DC the House Paul Ryan Congress.

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