Reaction to President Donald Trump’s State of the Union address Tuesday split largely along party lines. Congressman Dan Kildee said “talk is cheap,” and that “the American people deserve real bipartisan action on things like health care, improving wages and cleaning up the environment.” The Flint Township Democrat added he’ll support the President’s agenda “when it’s right for middle class families and oppose him when his plans are wrong for the people he represents.”

As for Congressman John Moolenaar, he agreed with the President’s vision of a growing economy and rising wages, pointing to “thousands of new manufacturing jobs in Michigan alone.” The Midland Republican said the President focused on “issues that matter most to Michigan families including infrastructure, lowering prescription drug prices, caring for our veterans, and expanding rural broadband.” Moolenaar added he looks forward to working with the President and his colleagues “to achieve more in the year ahead.”