President Bush will face a Joint Session of Congress for his seventh– and final– State of the Union address Tuesday, beginning at 9 p.m. ET.
Will his successor at 1600 Pennsylvania Avenue be sitting in the House chamber?
Topics to include the economy, balancing the budget, education, energy, stem cell research and, of course, national security. Read excerpts here.
Plus: Clinton has preemptive criticism: “One thing that President Bush has never understood is that the State of the Union is not about a speech in Washington. It is about the state of the lives of the American people.“ Full remarks here.