U.S. President Donald Trump‘s list of special guests for Tuesday evening’s State of the Union address includes a fourth-grader from Pennsylvania, a veteran and a border patrol deputy.
The list, which includes about eight names, was released hours before Trump delivers his third State of the Union address before Congress. The address comes as his impeachment trial nears its end in the Senate, and he pivots from the controversy to his drive for re-election.
Guests on Trump’s list signal to the topics he will likely focus on during the speech.
“Each one represents the very best of America and people the world over,” Trump said in a press release.
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