President Donald Trump gave his first State of the Union address Tuesday — and it just so happened to be the second longest since 1966, according to a study by the University of California .
The longest was an hour and 28-minute speech by Bill Clinton in 2000.
Trump’s speech spanned an hour and 20 minutes — but after we went through and cut out all the clapping, his words spanned 50 minutes. Twenty-eight minutes of the address was clapping.
Clapping is normal at State of the Union addresses, but Trump often took to clapping himself, something many Americans and media outlets pointed out Tuesday night.
President Trump touched on unity, immigration, rebuilding after natural disasters, drug overdoes problems and other topics.