President Donald Trump will be delivering his first Joint Session of Congress address Tuesday night, a speech that people on both sides of the aisle will be watching closely.
President Trump will speak in front of Congress in a wide-ranging speech Tuesday night. This won't be the traditional State of the Union address since those are held after a president has served at least one year in office, but it will have the same general feeling.
White House Press Secretary Sean Spicer already previewed what the president's address will sound like, revealing the theme is "renewal of the American spirit."
He continued: "I think (the president) is going to talk very optimistically about where we're going to go as a country and the general policies that he's going to pursue to get us there. I don't think this is going to be the same old Christmas tree kind of State of the Union. And I think there is a little bit of a traditional tweak between a joint address and a State of the Union."
Trump's Joint Session of Congress address will begin Tuesday at 9 p.m. ET. All of the major networks (CBS, NBC, ABC and Fox) will be broadcasting the speech, as well as the cable news channels. Those who don't have access to a television will easily be able to live stream the address, through CBSN, Fox News, CNN, MSNBC or YouTube.
To live tweet and follow along with others watching President Trump's first major address to Congress, use hashtag #JointSession on Twitter.