Fox Business host gushes over Trump's State of the Union: “The president delivered, I think, a message of unity.”

Stuart Varney: “The president's olive branch was met with scowls, eye rolling, and Speaker Pelosi nonchalantly read her notes.”  

From the February 6 edition of Fox Business' Varney & Co.

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STUART VARNEY (HOST): The president delivered, I think, a message of unity. An appeal for unity. There are two parties, he said, but one nation. The Democrats were having none of it. The president's olive branch was met with scowls, eye rolling, and Speaker Pelosi nonchalantly read her notes. I guess that's to be expected when half his audience will be working furiously against him in 2020. The president said America is an economic miracle. Senator Sanders didn't look happy with that. The president said the state of our union is strong. Speaker Pelosi shook her head. He said walls work. Walls save lives. Stony faces on the left. He said tolerance of illegal immigration is not compassionate, it is cruel. I don't think anyone expected a positive response to that from the left. You get my point here. A call for unity and it looked to me like the Democrats rejected it. 

Previously:

Fox & Friends host on Trump's State of the Union: “It was hard not to applaud on maybe two-thirds of that speech if you are an American”  

Fox Business panel dismisses economic damage from the shutdown: “Who needs the federal government?”

Fox's Stuart Varney claims people “in the 1 percent” like himself are taxed more under Trump