After President Barak Obama’s 2015 State of the Union, Democrats and Republicans alike had plenty to say about his speech. Listed below are the Twitter reactions from both sides:  

The GOP Response: 


The Democratic Response: 


Before Obama made his speech Tuesday night, pundits speculated about surprises in the president’s 2015 SOTU. They told Politico the president would have a short speech and talk about the Islamic State and economic growth, in general.

Strategist and author Douglas Schoen, who wrote “Hopelessly Divided,” said Obama’s best bet would be to outline a plan on how to fight ISIS and al Qaeda because, “the American people would rally behind him and he would win unprecedented support.”

White House aide and Obama’s former deputy campaign manager Stephanie Cutter said POTUS would deliver a “forceful” speech and talk about economic growth.

Republican media consultant Rick Wilson simply thought Obama would want to talk about his “legacy.”

Former Obama White House communications director Anita Dunn and Republican messaging guru Frank Luntz said the speech would the shortest of Obama’s career.

Some were just snarky like Mark McKinnon, who was a former campaign adviser to President George W. Bush and Sen. John McCain, R-Ariz. "He will be issuing an executive order proclaiming Casual Fridays for the entire U.S. government for the remainder of his term," McKinnon said.

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