President Trump will address a joint session of Congress for the first time on Tuesday. Like those of all new presidents, Trump’s first address, which is scheduled to begin shortly after 9 p.m. ET in the House chamber, is not considered a formal State of the Union.
We’ll bring you the latest developments from the nation’s capital here. For more of our coverage, read:
- McKay Coppins on how Trump’s potential budget defies GOP spending hawks.
- Molly Ball on Trump’s first month in office.
- Vann R. Newkirk II on how a GOP Obamacare-replacement plan could leave rural areas devoid of coverage.
- Ronald Brownstein on how Trump’s budget proposal threatens Democratic and Republican ambitions.
- Russell Berman on the five biggest hurdles for Republicans replacing Obamacare.
- Priscilla Alvarez on the contradictory claims about Trump’s deportation plan.
Via:: The Atlantic