OnPolitics: Catch up on what you missed from Biden's State of the Union

Good morning, OnPolitics readers!

Today we're bringing you a special (early) edition of our newsletter, breaking down President Joe Biden's second State of the Union address Tuesday night.

Biden addressed a full House chamber where he set the stage for his expected 2024 election bid, touting his economic successes and laying out his agenda for the next two years.

While the president alluded to bipartisanship, there were moments of tension between Biden and Republican lawmakers as the president got heckled by some Republican members.

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What else is going on in Washington?

Short dispatches from today's live blog for the political news enthusiast:

  • GOP-led Biden investigations begin: House Oversight committee is slated to question former Twitter executives about coverage of Hunter Biden’s laptop.

  • Biden hones in on working-class messaging as he prepares for a second-term bid.

  • The Biden Administration hit the road: Biden and Vice President Kamala Harris are set to hold events in at least 20 states to highlight Biden's agenda.

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This article originally appeared on USA TODAY: OnPolitics: Catch up on what you missed from State of the Union 2023