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In this edition of Being Biden, the audio series that gives you an inside look at the vice presidency, Vice President Joe Biden recounts his experience with past State of the Union addresses -- and highlights what will make this 2015 speech so special.
He reflected on a photo where he's leading the Senate -- Republicans and Democrats alike -- from the Senate chamber onto the House floor for the President's address.
The State of the Union address is where "every President lays out where the country is at the moment, and where he thinks he should try to take the country from this moment on." This year, President Obama will give that speech on Tuesday at 9 p.m. ET.
Vice President Joe Biden closed with a thank you, as well as a piece of advice for those who want to watch the President on Tuesday: "Thanks for listening, and make sure you tune in to WhiteHouse.gov to hear the President's State of the Union speech."
Listen to Volume 19 of Being Biden, then go to WhiteHouse.gov/SOTU to learn more about the speech.
The State of the Union 2015: Everything You Need to Know