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State Of the Union 2023 - How to Watch, Guests Revealed & What President Biden's Expected to Say

State Of the Union 2023 - How to Watch, Guests Revealed & What President Biden's Expected to Say

President Joe Biden is giving the annual State of the Union address on Tuesday night (February 7).

The remarks are set to begin at 9 p.m. ET, and it’s expected to last for about an hour.

The speech will be broadcast by the major television networks and cable news TV channels, including CBS, ABC, NBC, FOX and PBS. The Associated Press will livestream the speech at, and the White House will make it available on its YouTube, Facebook and Twitter pages, as well as the official website.

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Mr. Biden is expected to try to strike a balance between promoting his legislative achievements so far, like major investments in infrastructure and manufacturing, and pitching the spending proposals he has failed to secure in his first two years, including expanded access to subsidized child care, universal prekindergarten and paid leave policies,” the New York Times reports on the likely topics he’ll be covering.

Gov. Sarah Huckabee Sanders of Arkansas will deliver the rebuttal. She was the press secretary for President Donald Trump.

Representative Delia Ramirez, Democrat of Illinois, will also deliver a response on behalf of the Working Families Party.

The address will be held before a joint session of Congress. Guests will include the parents of Tyre Nichols, the 29-year-old Black man who was beaten to death by police officers in Memphis. Brandon Tsay, the California man who disarmed a gunman in the Monterey Park shooting that killed 11 people, is also expected to attend, via the New York Times.

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