On Tuesday, two days after the United States shot down a Chinese spy balloon, President Joe Biden will give his second State of the Union speech before Congress
The address is a time for the president to focus on his domestic agenda.
But Biden may be forced to speak about the Russian - Ukraine conflict as well which in February completes one year of Russia's invasion and doesn't seem to end soon.
This is the first time during Biden's presidency that the Republicans control the House
Any calls for cooperation from Biden will likely be brief because Republicans are battling over raising the debt ceiling and are about to begin their inquiry into Biden's family only hours after his address.
On a positive note, Biden will boost about the country's economy which saw a major surge in employment last week.
He'll probably also emphasise the initiatives his administration has taken to reduce inflation and upgrade the nation's infrastructure.
Biden is expected to begin his address live from the Capitol after 9 p.m. All broadcast networks and cable news stations will broadcast it live.