Vice President Mike Pence

**SHOCKING NEWS THE MORNING AFTER TRUMP’S SPEECH - SOME DEMOCRATS LIKED IT

**SUDDENLY EVERYONE THINKS THEY CAN BE PRESIDENT....OPRAH? IGER? 

**DEMOCRATS THROW DECORUM OUT THE WINDOW LAUGH & GROAN IN THE CHAMBERS

**TWO DEMOCRATS DID NOT EVEN STAND WHEN A NAVY SEAL WIDOW WAS RECOGNIZED

**NANCY PELOSI AND HER WOMEN IN WHITE OPPOSED TRUMP THROUGHOUT THE SPEECH

**WHAT EXACTLY IS HAPPENING WITH REPEAL AND REPLACE? WILL RYAN COME CLEAN?

4:05pm ET - Vice President Mike Pence joins to discuss last night’s address and the shameful behavior of some Democrats who chose not to stand when the President mentioned God, veterans, American jobs and steel, and a Navy Seal’s widow. Pence had this to say on Fox News this morning:

"It was a great night for America," Pence said.

"What the American people saw last night for that one-hour speech was the president of the United States stepping forward and laying out an agenda to rebuild our military, to restore our economy, to repeal and replace Obamacare, to have the kind of trade deals and the kind of tax reform that will really get this economy going again, to end illegal immigration. I think that's the reason why the speech is resonating all across the country."

Pence said the American people got the chance to see the president he works with every day -- exhibiting "broad-shouldered strength" and a "big heart."

"I think he left the Capitol with a sense that he had laid a foundation for really moving this country forward," he said. (h/t Fox News) 

4:30pm ET - Newt Gingrich, former Speaker of the House, is here to reflect on President Trump’s address of the Joint Session of Congress. Some of his initial reaction:

Former House Speaker Newt Gingrich said that although Democrats went into President Donald Trump's speech to Congress on Tuesday determined not to applaud, he won more and more of them over as the speech went on.

"He began to build momentum all evening of more and more Democrats getting up, more and more applauding," Gingrich, who was sitting in the chamber on the same side as the Democrats.

"This is not what they expect from a Republican president."

Gingrich, author of the Contract With America in the early 1990s that helped bring Republican control back to Congress and forced Democratic President Bill Clinton to move to the right, said he kept his eye trained on far-left Democratic Sen. Elizabeth Warren. (h/t Newsmax)