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State Of The Union Address 2014 Live Stream: Time And Date Of President Obama’s Speech, And Where To Watch Online Free

By Sara Guaglione | January 28, 2014 03:55 PM EST

President Obama reviews one of the final drafts of his State of the Union 2014 address
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Watch the State of the Union address 2014 live stream here! Find out the time and date of President Obama's speech tonight, and where to watch online for free.

President Barack Obama will make his second State of the Union address since winning the re-election, on Tuesday evening at 9 p.m. ET.

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NBCNews.com will live stream the State of the Union address 2014 here, including coverage on the web, mobile, and tablet, including arrivals beginning at 8:40 p.m. ET, followed by the Special Report. The online free live stream will be anchored by NBC's Brian Williams, along with live analysis and reaction immediately after.

Obama's State of the Union speech 2014 can also be watched online through free live stream via the White House website by clicking here.

Additionally, YouTube will live stream President Obama's State of the Union address at 9 p.m., according to a press release from YouTube, "followed by the Republican response by Representative Cathy McMorris Rodgers on Speaker Boehner's channel. Senator Mike Lee will deliver the Tea Party response and Senator Rand Paul will offer remarks as well."

YouTube reports that several news partners will also have coverage of the SOTU on their YouTube Channels, including The New York Times, the Wall Street Journal, The Washington Post, The Young Turks and NowThis News.

According to The Christian Post, Obama is expected to address his plans for the coming year in his speech. He will likely discuss income inequality and the economy, as well as give updates on issues he brought up in last year's State of the Union address.

The Los Angeles Times reports that Obama will also touch on support for energy independence, education, and changes in immigration laws, as well as "a short nod to international affairs, the winding down of wars abroad, and the continued pursuit of terrorists." 

 

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