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President Trump said Wednesday night he was not looking for a new venue for the State of the Union speech next week. House Speaker Nancy Pelosi had said the partial government shutdown would prevent the House from hosting him as is traditional. Brendan Hoffman/Getty Images hide caption

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President Trump delivers his first State of the Union address on Jan. 30, 2018, in the House Chamber of the U.S. Capitol. The White House is moving forward with plans for this year's speech on Jan. 29, but it's unclear whether House Speaker Nancy Pelosi will agree to it amid the partial government shutdown. Win McNamee/Getty Images hide caption

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This Week, The State Of Our Union Was Retaliatory

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Speaker Nancy Pelosi has written President Trump to suggest his annual State of the Union message to Congress be delayed until the partial government shutdown ends. Wayne Partlow/AP hide caption

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A screen above the trading floor of the New York Stock Exchange shows the closing number of the Dow Jones industrial average on Wednesday, Jan. 17, 2018. Richard Drew/AP hide caption

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As Trump Prepares For Big Speech, State Of The Economy Is Strong

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Ohio State College Republicans await Mitt Romney's son, Craig, who canvassed with them in Columbus last October. Courtesy College Republicans at The Ohio State University hide caption

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College Republicans Offer GOP Advice For Winning Over Their Generation

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President Obama during Tuesday night's State of the Union address. Behind him: Vice President Biden (left) and House Speaker John Boehner, R-Ohio. Pete Marovich /EPA /LANDOV hide caption

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