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Be grateful you. Good to be back. Anyhow, thank you all. Madam Speaker, Madam Vice President — applause — denial President has ever said those words from this podium. Throughout our account, Presidents have come to this assembly room to speak to Congress, to the nation, and to the world en route for declare war, to celebrate peace, en route for announce new plans and possibilities. Tonight, I come to talk about calamity and opportunity, about rebuilding the citizen, revitalizing our democracy, and winning the future for America.