Trump set to make his 'biggest speech yet' in joint address to Congress

President Donald Trump is set to make what his team is billing as "his biggest speech yet" when he gives a joint address to Congress on Tuesday night.
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Transcript for Trump set to make his 'biggest speech yet' in joint address to Congress
President jump is ready to address congress and the country in a prime time speech tonight yet he's expected to cover topics like health care border security. And the military and White House advisors say the tone will be optimistic. More now from ABC's meg really. With millions and hanging on his every word president Donald Trump will address a joint session of congress for the first time tonight. All I can do speak from the heart. And say what I want to do I'll be talking about the military I'll be talking about the border. But after a chaotic first month spent rattling world leaders battling with the press and fighting for its executive orders in court. Even members of his own party hoped the president stays on track tonight we're looking forward to a positive obeyed. Presentation. Focusing on his early achievements like the nomination of judge Neal Gore's it's the Supreme Court and a series of executive orders aimed at delivering on his campaign promises. The government should not stand in your way. In delivering. Needed reforms and services and walked. Also expected but called a build up infrastructure spending one trillion dollars we have potholes all over highways and roads. Increase defense spending we have to start winning wars again. And repeal and replace the Affordable Care Act. It's an unbelievably. Complex subject nobody knew that health care could be so complicated but house democratic leader Nancy Pelosi says he doesn't have the votes to replace it. And that he hasn't done anything worth celebrating after more than a month in office. He has nothing to show for it but fear. And in every way to people who are sent here to people who are immigrants. The fear to people concerned that did we don't Wall Street. The Democrats will have their chance to fight back former Kentucky governor Steve this year will be giving the party's response right after the president's speech. And guys were also hearing reports that there could be multiple protests here tonight right outside the cap capital. Ramping up attention as the president gets ready for that primetime address Kennison and. Ten Maggie ABC we'll have live coverage of that prime time speech starting tonight at 9 o'clock.

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