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NPR Coverage and Live Fact-Check of Joint Session Address

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Monday, February 27, 2017; Washington DC – On Tuesday Feb. 28, NPR will offer special coverage of President Trump's address to a joint session of Congress, and the Democratic Party response. NPR's Audie Cornish will host live coverage between 9pm-11pmET which will include analysis from NPR correspondents on the scene and in studio. Listeners can also follow along at where NPR's digital team will provide a full transcript of both speeches with live annotations and fact-checking from reporters and editors across the NPR newsroom.

For even more insight, look for a new episode of the NPR Politics Podcast following the speeches. Also be sure to tune into Morning Edition on Wednesday for recap of the night's events as well as reactions from across the country.

NPR News coverage will be available to listeners and readers on Member station broadcasts, and online at See stations and broadcast times at

Follow NPR's correspondents on Twitter for real-time updates:

NPR Politics Team: @nprpolitics
Tamara Keith, White House Correspondent: @tamarakeithNPR
Mara Liasson, Political Correspondent: @MaraLiasson
Scott Horsley, White House Correspondent: @HorsleyScott
Jessica Taylor, Lead Digital Political Reporter: @JessicaTaylor
Domenico Montanaro, Lead Editor for Politics: @DomenicoNPR
Susan Davis, Congressional Reporter: @DaviSusan
Scott Detrow, Congressional Reporter: @scottdetrow
Mary Louise Kelly, National Security Correspondent: @NPRKelly
Joel Rose, National Correspondent: @NPRJoel
Alison Kodjak, Health Policy Correspondent: @alikodjakNPR

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