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Inside the Beltway: So where's the big Biden speech?

Added 02-28-21 07:22:02pm EST - “There were some observers who declared that former President Donald Trump's speech before CPAC on Sunday was actually a State of the Union address. There is some truth to that. His comments covered the state of the union, the state…” - Washingtontimes.com

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Posted By TheNewsCommenter: From Washingtontimes.com: “So where’s the big Biden speech?”. Below is an excerpt from the article.

There were some observers who declared that former President Donald Trump‘s speech before CPAC on Sunday was actually a State of the Union address. There is some truth to that. His comments covered the state of the union, the state of unity within the Republican Party and conservatism, and the prospects for the future.

Mr. Trump’s appearance, however, occurred just as the public, media and lawmakers themselves are wondering whether President Biden will make the traditional presidential speech before a joint session of the Congress.

Keep in mind, this speech would not be considered a State of the Union address, though it is often mistaken for one. Mr. Biden‘s actual official first state of the union address won’t occur until 2022.

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The watch is on, however, for its pesky traditional congressional counterpart. In historical perspective, Mr. Trump gave his first address to Congress on Feb. 28, 2017; former President Barack Obama on Feb. 24, 2009; and former President George W. Bush on Feb. 27, 2001.

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