President Trump issued calls for bipartisan action from Congress on infrastructure and immigration in his first State of the Union address last night.
The 80-minute address was the third-longest ever in which he also touted economic progress and claimed other accomplishments.
Trump said that along with the American people, he is building a "safe, strong, and proud America."
Republicans cheered Trump on, while Democrats mostly sat stone-faced when he touched on his immigration plan.
The Presidents big reveal--he announced just before arriving to give his state of the Union that he'd ordered the U.S. military prison at Cuba's Guantanamo Bay to remain open and ready to accept enemy combatants.
His predecessor, Barack Obama, tried to close the controversial facility.