President Donald Trump poses for a photo with the National Association of Attorneys General, Tuesday, Feb. 28, 2017, in the East Room of the White House in Washington. (AP Photo/Pablo Martinez Monsivais)
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Policy details and tone will be key in Trump speech to CongressAfter a turbulent start to his presidency, Donald Trump goes before the U.S. Congress on Tuesday night to give a speech that will be closely watched for details of his plans for the economy and whether he can strike a more conciliatory tone.Trump, whose inauguration speech on Jan. 20 painted a dark picture of the United States and referred to "American carnage," told Reuters last week that his address would be a speech of optimism.Overall, Trump said he had performed well in the Oval Office so far.George W. Bush sent a sweeping tax cut proposal to Congress less than three weeks after taking office in January 2001 .Ronald Reagan sent dozens of detailed budget cut plans to Congress less than a month after his 1981 swearing in but George H.W. Bush accomplished little of note in his first 100 days.
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