Democrats want to paint Trump as a president who has failed in the past year—and throughout his presidency—to follow through on his promises to lower prescription drug costs, protect Americans with pre-existing medical conditions and enact measures to curb future gun violence.
President Donald Trump's 2020 State of the Union address will air on Tuesday on all four major broadcast networks.
Before President Donald Trump was expected to present his State of the Union address Tuesday, many on Twitter, including some Democrats, announced their intentions to #BoycottStateofUnion and avoid the president's speech.
This isn't the first time a president will deliver a State of the Union address before senators vote on his removal from office.
It wasn't always called the State of the Union.
Noted for her demands on bipartisan civility, Michigan Governor Gretchen Whitmer is set to respond to President Donald Trump's Tuesday State of the Union address as the leader of a state Trump won in 2016 and which has a Republican majority Senate and House.
"It's the State of the Union. I just think there's no way you talk about that and that not be the takeaway," Florida Senator Marco Rubio said.
"The president of the United States should not have even in the original phone call be on the phone with the president of another country and raise his political opponent," Representative Mike Turner said.
An impassioned Beto O'Rourke told CNN's Dana Bash Sunday the epidemic of U.S. gun violence is "f***ed up" just one day after the second mass shooting in less than a month in his home state of Texas.
The timing of the interview came as the Trump administration continues to roll back Obama-era environmental regulations.
"Memo to Democrats: You don't own the votes of all women," Guilfoyle tweeted.
Representatives Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez clashed and Elise Stefanik clashed on Twitter after the Democrat criticized the GOP over its representation of women.
Trump "actually gave his address to the stories of other people," Conway said.
"Why? Because so far I'm liking the candidates and she'd be another one I'd like," Donald Trump told the Atlanta Journal-Constitution on Wednesday.
Trump's address "was honestly laughable," Steyer said.
"Might not want to do it, is it worth it?" Fox News co-host Ainsley Earhardt opined of the suggestion Trump Jr. could have a "great political future."
"I love President Trump. And he's doing a great job. Absolutely. But I must say it's still up to the American people," the CBP agent told BlazeTV host Eric Bolling.
Vice President Mike Pence said the government shutdown was not a mistake because it showed Trump standing up for what he believed in.
As a former Speaker of the House who had to applaud President Bill Clinton, I knew exactly what was going on in Speaker Nancy Pelosi's mind.
"Mr. Trump and the religious right are spreading falsehoods about New York's law to inflame their base," Governor Andrew Cuomo said.
"The launch aimed to confirm the advanced missile system's capabilities and flight characteristics," the Russian Defense Ministry said.
Abrams made history Tuesday as the first black woman to deliver the Democratic response to the State of the Union.
Stacey Abrams "seemed to get more to what people's lives are like in the reality," Fox News anchor Chris Wallace said.