Analysis of Obama’s State of the Union address

    President Barack Obama addressed a divided Congress in his State of the Union speech Tuesday evening outlining a plan for “How we win the future.”

    In his address, President Obama focused on innovation, education, rebuilding infrastructure, tackling national debt, and reform in government.

    To make sense of the President’s plan Princeton professor Julian Zelizer and David Mark of Politico offer their analysis on the second hour of Radio Times.

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