Bill Whalen (@hooverwhalen), @SalenaZito: The Oval Office gave it a certain majesty. Pelosi goes for the jugular. The best: “Politicians are forever putting up walls – not to keep out people they don’t like, but to protect people whom they love.”

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Bill Whalen, Hoover Institution, & Salena Zito, CNN and multiple outlets; in re: Did the president help his case by framing the matter in a humanitarian manner? Yes. And his sobriety? Yes, this is exactly the time when the Oval Office should be used, gave it a certain majesty and forced him to stay on the nine-minute script. Pelosi: These cruel and immoral policies” – vintage Pelosi: she goes for the jugular or the judgmental. I think there’s a problem with “immoral.” The best thing the president said tonight was when he took a slight swipe at the Democrats – “Politicians are forever putting up walls – not to keep out people they don’t like, but to protect people whom they love.” Mrs Pelosi’s beautiful San Francisco house has a wall around it. . . . The immigration status quo is outrageous.