Soooooooo if Joe's not giving a SOTU address in Feburary, breaking an Presidential tradition, AND MSM is silent about it....does that mean he's not President?

With that being said, who IS giving a speech on the final day of Feburary?

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In response Danny DarkQ to his Publication

freshmen presidents have given speeches, yes. But at the time they were given, they were not called SOTU. They did address joint session, but not SOTU. :-)

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In response Some Blonde to her Publication

Made a slight correction post underneath. Thank you though

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In response Danny DarkQ to his Publication

Interesting you posted this then this popped up. They are trolling.

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In response Eagle Eye to his Publication

Excuse after excuse after excuse lolol

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In response Danny DarkQ to his Publication

I'd like to make a slight correction on this matter:

The first address by a newly elected President is not considered a SOTU. The President must the address to be so. However, with that being said, newly elected Presidents have always held a Joint Session to Congress in the month of Feburary

I'm sure "COVID" just set the Biden administration back lol

https://www.msn.com/en-us/news/politics/pskai-contradicts-biden-plan-to-address-joint-session-of-congress-this-month/ar-BB1dJIU5

In response Danny DarkQ to his Publication

Yes indeed :-)

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In response Danny DarkQ to his Publication

Can we call Trump's Sunday speech "The People's Address" ?

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In response Danny DarkQ to his Publication

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In response Danny DarkQ to his Publication

oh SNAP!!

In response Danny DarkQ to his Publication

Most presidents in recent history have not given a SOTU in their first year, including Trump. Biden likely won't either, but it's not a red flag issue although I totally agree that Biden has zero power.

President's typically always address a joint session in their first year, but it's not officially called a SOTU unless it's being called that by intent. This link provides some good info, but the bottom line is that it's nothing to make a big deal about and it means nothing on its face.

https://www.businessinsider.com/state-of-the-union-address-history-timeline-2019-1#there-has-not-been-a-state-of-the-union-address-every-year-several-presidents-did-not-give-official-speeches-in-this-capacity-in-their-first-year-reagan-in-1981-george-hw-bush-in-1989-clinton-in-1993-george-w-bush-in-2001-barack-obama-in-2009-and-donald-trump-in-2017-but-many-such-as-trump-did-deliver-speeches-to-congre

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In response True North to her Publication

Thank you for the slight correction. I made an additional post below on the matter.

A President has however made an address to Congress in their first Feburary as President.

The Biden administration's excuse was "COVID"

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In response Danny DarkQ to his Publication

did Trump give a SOTU in 2017 after inauguration?

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In response Michael Clark to his Publication

Yes, although it technically is not deemed a SOTU. It's considered a joint session of Congress speech. [Renegade] did the same in '09

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In response Danny DarkQ to his Publication

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