Can Obama's Big Speech Win Over His Skeptics?

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President Obama heads to the Capital on Wednesday for his first State of the Union address, facing an approval rating below 50 percent. NPR Political Junkie Ken Rudin discusses what the president should say to restore faith in his policy agenda. Rudin is joined by former presidential speech writers Peter Robinson, who wrote for Ronald Reagan, and Paul Glastris, who was on Bill Clinton’s staff.

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