The Margin: What time the State of the Union address starts tonight, who will be there — and why you should tune in

by | Feb 7, 2023 | Stock Market

Talk about must-see TV. President Joe Biden marks the middle of his first term on Tuesday with his second State of the Union address — and there’s plenty of reasons for political junkies and Americans fed up with politics, alike, to tune in to hear what he says.

The economy — especially record inflation, layoffs and the wild housing market — have been on many people’s minds. And Biden is expected to address recession worries and the U.S. debt limit. State of the Union: 5 key challenges for Biden as he delivers his speech But the president’s speech before both chambers of Congress could also hint at his plans to run for president again in 2024, as well as what his platform will be. And there will be some notable guests in the audience on Tuesday night, too — not to mention a new GOP Speaker of the House, Kevin McCarthy, running the show. Plus, Bono is gonna be there! So here’s what you need to know, and what to look for: What time is the State of the Union address 2023?  The State of the Union should start around 9 p.m. Eastern time (that’s 8 p.m. Central, 7 p.m. Mountain and 6 Pacific) on Tuesday, Feb. 7, and will be followed by a response from the Republican Party — more on that below. Where can you watch the State of the Union address?  The major U.S. broadcast television networks and cable news networks will most likely be broadcasting the speech live, but the White House will also stream the address at …

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