WASHINGTON — The unity politicians demonstrated by sitting in bipartisan pairs during the State of the Union address Tuesday was less evident in their responses to President Barack Obama’s speech.

Although many members of Congress entered the Capitol with the member of the opposing party with whom they planned to sit, most left alone or with their guests.

Responses to the speech, from Statuary Hall inside the Capitol.

— Reporting by Amanda Bossard, Allyson Byers and Rebecca Cohen

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