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This is a rush transcript and will be updated GEORGE STEPHANOPOULOS , ABC NEWS: Want to bring in the White House for you now, White House Press Secretary Sarah Sanders joins us from the White House lawn this morning. Sarah, thank you for joining us, a lot to talk about this morning. SARAH HUCKABEE
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ABC News correspondents discuss what topics President Trump may include in his joint address to Congress.
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The President is traveling to talk directly to voters and returning to the economic message that got him elected.