Trump will deliver his first address to Congress at the Capitol Tuesday afternoon, where he will likely be asked about his health care law, immigration policy, Russia and the ongoing investigation into his campaign’s ties to Russia.
The speech is expected to be his first since taking office on Jan. 20.
Trump will also be asked to address the nation on the opioid epidemic.
As president, Trump has often struggled to balance the need to show the American people how he has made progress on issues such as health care and immigration while also taking time to address domestic issues.
He has also had to contend with a number of political realities that he has yet to overcome, including the fact that Democrats are more likely to hold the White House in 2018 and 2020 than Republicans are.
Trump won the popular vote in the 2016 election, but Democrats took control of the House in 2022 and 2018.