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Here's How You Can Stream POTUS Trump’s Inaugural State Of The Union Speech

This Tuesday at 9:00 pm EST, Donald Trump will make his first State of the Union address. Here’s how to catch the event. If you happen to have an actual television, it’s going to be hard to miss. All four broadcast networks (ABC, FOX, NBC,CBS) PBS, and all major cable news channels carry the State of the Union as a matter of fact. But if you’re away from the TV, it’ll be streamed live on C-SPAN’s website (with an audio feed on C-SPAN’s radio app), and it’ll also be streaming on Twitter, although you’ll have to put up with the tweets using the #SOTU term. These channels will also mostly carry the Democratic from Rep. Joe Kennedy III of Massachusetts.
Currently multiple Democrats have publicly stated they’re not attending out of protest. Other politicians are bringing guests, including sexual assault survivors and survivor advocates, to highlight issues that Trump may prefer not to discuss, or (in the case of such as Paul Ryan’s challenger, Randy Bryce) to nettle other Republicans. Many Democratic lawmakers plan to wear black, and it’s likely that recent sexual misconduct accusations about Republican National Committee finance chair Steve Wynn (who has now resigned) will be a sore spot. Trump will also be facing DACA recipients even as he likely weighs in on immigration.

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