House Speaker Nancy Pelosi has invited President Joe Biden to give his first State of the Union address on March 1, the California Democrat said Friday. In a letter to Biden, Pelosi called the past year “historic” and said she is inviting the president to “share your vision of the State of the Union.” Biden spoke before a joint session of Congress in April 2021, but the March 1 speech will be his first formal State of the Union address.

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