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Watch: President Biden delivers his State of the Union on Tuesday night

President Biden delivers his State of the Union Address to Congress in the Capitol on Tuesday.
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President Biden delivers his State of the Union Address to Congress in the Capitol on Tuesday.

Updated March 1, 2022 at 9:31 PM ET

President Biden is delivering his first State of the Union address on Tuesday amid rising inflation and growing fatigue as the coronavirus pandemic is set to enter its third year and as Russia continues its invasion of Ukraine.

Those are top issues in his speech, and he referenced Judge Ketanji Brown Jackson, whom his recently announced pick to replace retiring Supreme Court Justice Stephen Breyer.

Follow live updates on the address here.

The speech comes as a majority of Americans say Biden's first year was a failure — and as the midterm elections loom.

Iowa Gov. Kim Reynolds will deliver the Republican response after Biden's speech. Reynolds gained national attention for her response to the coronavirus pandemic, which ran counter to many of the measures promoted by Biden.

Watch Biden's speech and Reynolds' response here, starting at 9 p.m. ET:


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