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07.02.2023United States: State of the Union *** ARCHIVE


State Of The Union
Washington, DC, USA | February 7, 2023

President Joe Biden will deliver his second State of the Union address on Feb. 7, the White House said, after House Speaker Kevin McCarthy extended the invitation for him to address a joint session of Congress that day.

It will be Biden’s first address to a divided Congress after Republicans took control of the House this month. It will come as his administration seeks areas of common interest with the newly empowered GOP while also working to avoid a potentially debilitating default if the two parties can’t come together to raise the debt limit in the coming months.

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US President Biden will deliver his second State of The Union address to both chambers of Congress on February 7th. President Biden is expected to use the speech to outline his administration's agenda for the year ahead and in particular policies surrounding gun violence, the economy and the war in Ukraine. Biden is also facing pressure from Black lawmakers to make police reform a central issue of his address.

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