State of the Union 2018 time: When Does Trump’s address begins, will First Lady Melania Trump attend State of the Union address?
U.S. President Donald Trump is all set to deliver his first State of the Union address tonight. This important occasion is coming when there are uncertainties surrounding the First Lady Melania Trump’s presence during the most important official engagements for the couple.
For the last more than one year, the First Lady has been religiously participating in almost every official engagement with her husband, and has been in the forefront when it comes to defending the most indefensible president in the US history. The First Lady has not be seen with Donald Trump since the Stormy Daniels news broke.
In a magazine interview, a porn star Stormy Daniels confessed that she had sex with Donald Trump right after his wife, Melania, gave birth in 2006. She also questioned his performance in the bed saying it was nothing special or generic. She went on to add that “[It] was nothing crazy. It was one position. What you would expect someone his age to do.’’ The magazine didn’t publish the interview at the time — after Trump’s team threatened legal action, a source told The Post. But it surfaced Wednesday ahead of the magazine’s upcoming Jan. 29 edition.
FLOTUS hasn’t been seen with the President ever since the revelations first appeared in the media. Now speculations about her attending the State of the Union address are hogging more limelight than the address itself.
Everyone seems to be wondering as to what Trump will say in the course of the important speech. People are wondering as to whetehr he will address Mueller’s investigation into possible Russian interference in the election? Or will he be talking about the economy and how unemployment is down and the Dow is up?
As far as timing of the address is concerned, President donald Trump’s State of the Union will start at sharp 9 p.m. Eastern (8 p.m. Central) tonight, January 30, 2018. The speech is expected to be about an hour long, but coverage on most TV stations and online will last for two hours so it can include the Democrats’ response to the speech, too.
Some TV stations and livestreams will even start their coverage 30 minutes to an hour early, so you can see the guests and government officials arriving. Most news coverage will end at 11 p.m. Eastern.