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West Virginia Congresswoman Carol Miller reacts to the State of the Union address

West Virginia Congresswoman Carol Miller reacts to President Trump's State of the Union address about unity. (WCHS, WVAH)

President Donald Trump gave his State of the Union address Tuesday in a message calling for unity. It is the president’s first address to a divided government, with Democrats in control of the House and Republicans in control of the Senate.

Following the State of the Union, chief political correspondent Scott Thuman spoke with Rep. Carol Miller, R-W.Va., and asked what she thought of his message.

"Hopefully, people will take to heart what he has been saying,” Miller said, “which is let's get together, let's do what you all sent us here to do, which is to come together, compromise on issues, and move our country forward,”

Miller is the only freshman Republican woman elected to the U.S. House of Representatives this year.

The 82-minute State of the Union address laid out the president's agenda, including his pitch for an immigration deal that says he must have a border wall.

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