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Watch Live Stream State Of The Union Address At 9 PM ET

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Watch live stream State of the Union address at 9 PM ET. President Obama will give his fifth state of the union address, calling for unilateral action on income inequality, raising the minimum wage, among other poll-tested issues that he failed to deliver on in his 2013 state of the union address.

It is a tall order for Obama, who only has the confidence of roughly one-third of the American people, according to a new poll released by the Associated Press in conjunction with GfK, while an ABC News poll found 63 percent of the American people have “little to no” confidence in his decision-making ability.

ObamaCare, or the Affordable Care Act, remains deeply unpopular among the American people, his approval numbers are terribly low, and the Republicans are leading in the Generic Congressional Ballot survey.

In his annual State of the Union address Tuesday President Obama will lay out what he calls “practical” proposals to advance the country in 2014, including ones to address “income inequality” and the nation’s immigration system.

However, President Obama will also make concerning statements, announcing his intentions to use his executive powers to achieve his liberal goals without Congress or legislation.

Obama made waves before his first cabinet meeting of 2014 when he said, “I’ve got a pen and I’ve got a phone,” going on to say that he would not be waiting on Congress to use them. Though he drew harsh criticism from both the left and right, it would appear the White House is now planning to announce their intention in front of Congress.

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