What Obama Probably Won’t Mention (But Should) in His State of the Union
President Obama is expected to focus on the economy, gun control and immigration among other issues during tonight’s State of the Union. We’ve rounded up coverage of topics he likely won’t address — but should.
President Obama is expected to focus on the economy, gun control and immigration among other issues during tonight's State of the Union address. But there are plenty of important issues the president is likely to leave out. We've rounded up reporting on some of those "silent" stories below. What do you think Obama should be addressing during the State of the Union?
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