How's the Speech? 'We'll Find Out Tonight,' Obama Says

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Taking a break from speech prep this afternoon, President Obama sounded confident about his State of the Union address but offered reporters little in the way of a preview.

"How's the speech?" Obama was asked as he walked along the West Wing colonnade with Chief of Staff Denis McDonough.

"We'll find out tonight," he told reporters lined up for the annual photo-op.

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Asked about North Korea, the president only said, "We'll find out everything I've got to say tonight.

"In the meantime, enjoy the great weather."

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