Trump's Impending Address to Congress

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Trump's Impending Address to Congress

What might Trump say - and what have previous presidents done?

The President's first address to a joint session of Congress is often used to report on the condition of the country and outline his agenda which will require congressional approval, as well as address his national priorities. President Trump will speak to his first joint session of Congress on February 28th and what he addresses will spell out for the rest of the world what exactly he plans to do with the country and will also give implications for how his future policies will affect American citizens. So what might he say, and how have previous presidents used this address in the past?

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