President Obama will give his final State of the Union address on Tuesday.
The White House is making a stream of the speech available online at its website.
Obama is expected to reflect on his time in office and set the tone for his last year, but aides have already described this year’s speech as “non-traditional.”
In a teaser video released Wednesday, Obama says he wants to focus on “not just the remarkable progress we’ve made, not just what I want to get done in the year ahead, but what we all need to do together in the years to come: The big things that will guarantee an even stronger, better, more prosperous America for our kids. That’s what’s on my mind.”
The broadcast begins at 9 p.m. Eastern on television and online at the White House site. You can also watch it here on TIME.
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