WASHINGTON (AP) -- President Donald Trump will be facing his accusers Tuesday night during his State of the Union speech.
The impeached president is speaking on the eve of what's anticipated to be his Senate acquittal on Wednesday.
The White House says he's expected to talk about his accomplishments in office, but they're not predicting whether Trump will stick to that script.
The president has a deep and often-stated sense of grievance, and he'll be in the room with people he has raged about on Twitter and elsewhere.
House Speaker Nancy Pelosi will be sitting behind him, just a few feet away.
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