[Ed. – Q &A]
Have you been wondering what happened to Joe Biden’s State of the Union address?
Generally, the State of the Union address is delivered in late January to early February.
But in the first year that someone is in office, they officially call it an “address to the joint session of Congress” not a State of the Union, although most people still refer to it as a “state of the union.” It’s often been a little later, likely giving the person the chance to actually evaluate things a little bit first. Barack Obama’s speech was on February 24. Donald Trump’s was on February 28.
So, again, we go back to that question: where’s Biden’s speech?
What’s sort of interesting about this question is that Joe Biden himself apparently indicated to reporters that it would be in February, that he wanted to talk about COVID relief, according to Axios.