WATCH LIVE: President Joe Biden Delivers His First Address to a Joint Session Congress Since Being President

By  //  April 28, 2021

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ABOVE VIDEO: President Joe Biden accepted the House Speaker’s invitation to speak in front of Congress. This will be the president’s first address to a joint session.

(FOX NEWS) – President Joe Biden is scheduled to give his first joint address to Congress Wednesday night but some lawmakers will be skipping the limited event.

Instead of 1,600 people crowded into a House chamber for a regular State of the Union address, just 200 people will be attending Biden’s first marquee event before Congress, House Speaker Nancy Pelosi said Tuesday.

Sens. Tom Cotton, R-Ark.; Josh Hawley, R-Mo., and Marco Rubio, R-Fla., are among the GOP senators who won’t be attending.

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