President Donald Trump will give his first speech to a joint session of Congress Tuesday in the House Chamber in the Capitol Building. It is functionally the same as a State of the Union address — but it isn’t called that because a president’s first formal joint address is not historically given that title.
Instead of reflecting on the state of the United States in the past year like a State of the Union address, the first joint session speech is typically used to outline a new president’s goals for his administration.
What time is President Trump’s speech to Congress?
President Trump’s first joint address is scheduled for Feb. 28, 2017 at 9 p.m.
How can I watch President Trump’s speech to Congress?
All the major networks will carry it live.
The White House circulated 11 talking points about the president’s speech the day before his speech, saying President Trump “will lay out an optimistic vision for the country that crosses the traditional lines of party, race and socioeconomic status.” The highlights promised a focus on national security, tax and regulatory reform, “saving American families from the disaster of Obamacare” and education. President Trump also previewed his speech in an interview with Breitbart News, the alt-right website that was previously helmed by Steve Bannon, one of his top aides. Trump promised to talk about the border and strike an “uptone,” despite “the fact that I inherited a mess.”
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