Biden to pit Americans against each other in divisive State of the Union: report

Biden has made such speeches before as when he did so in front of Independence Hall with a blood red backdrop.

Jarryd Jaeger Vancouver, BC

On Thursday, fresh off the heels of Super Tuesday, Joe Biden will deliver this year's State of the Union address, hoping to persuade Americans that under his leadership, the country is not only surviving, but thriving.  

The president's speech is expected to be divisive, pitting MAGA Republicans and any American who leans right against Democrats and the left, painting the former as being on the wrong side of every issue both domestic and foreign. Biden has made such speeches before as when he did so in front of Independence Hall with a blood red backdrop. Many Americans saw this as something that would incite conflict. 

"President Biden will make the case to continue to build the economy from the bottom up and middle out that has led to record job creation, the strongest economy in the world, increased wages and household wealth, and lower prescription drug and energy costs," White House Communications Director Ben LaBolt said in a statement, per the Daily Mail

He contrasted that with the "MAGA Republican agenda," which he summed up as "rewarding billionaires and corporations with tax breaks, taking away rights and freedoms, and undermining our democracy." 
As NBC News reports, Biden is also likely to draw attention to the numerous conflicts the United States is funding around the world, namely Ukraine's continued fight against Russian aggression, and suggest that his administration is on the right side of history. 
A Democratic member of Congress who spoke on the condition of anonymity told the outlet that they'd like to see Biden address Israel's war against Hamas, and the toll it's had on civilians in Gaza.  
On a personal level, Biden will have to prove to Americans that he is fit to serve amid fears that he is perhaps too old to hold such an important position. 
A Biden campaign adviser told the outlet that "there will be a number of Americans who on Tuesday will stop for the first time and really kind of digest that this is going to be Trump versus Biden in November," making the State of the Union address even more important. 

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