Trump's State of the Union slogan was used before... by Hillary Clinton

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A few hours before President Trump was slated to address the nation in his first State of the Union Address, the White House released a series of excerpts from Trump's prepared speech. But one of the catchiest slogans was actually coined by none other that Hillary Clinton. Whoops!

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Remembering accusations that First Lady Melania Trump plagiarized a speech by former First Lady Michelle Obama at the Republican National Convention in 2016, people poured over Trump's  excerpts to find any possible lifted material. 

What immediately stood out was the declaration of a "new American moment," a phrase which Hillary Clinton used during her Senate confirmation hearing in January 2009 when she was appointed Secretary of State by then President Barack Obama.  Read more...

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