it is delivered annually
Every year in the month of January. Also, the president gives a speech to the congress in his first year in office which isn't usually called The State Of The Union.
The Constitution requires him (or her) to update Congress, not the citizens, of the state of the Union. Until the 20th century, this was usually done in writing, but wit…h the advent of radio and television the President now typically gives this report in person at the "State of the Union Address" before Congress.
The State of the Union. Is an address from the president, usually intended on informing the public of what the leader is doing, such as his own opinion and how he would solve …the problems at hand.
The State of the Union address is delivered in the chamber of the House of Representatives.
In january, but I think it varies from year to year.
to let the people of the United States of America to know what is happening in the country and or world
He delivers this address in the House of Representative chamber of the US Capitol building in Washington, D.C..
cuz obama feels like it
no For many years it was delivered to Congress in writing. I think it was Woodrow Wilson who revived the practice of delivering the State of the Union address in person.
Harris and Garfield
The President of the United States.
What is the name of the only US President to postpone delivering the State of the Union address after learning of the Space Shuttle Challenger disaster?
Ronald Reagan. He planned to give it on January 28, 1986, but after hearing about the disaster, he postponed it for a week.
The President of the United States, who is the head of the Executive Branch, delivers the State of the Union Address. The whole Executive Branch has too many people to deliver… an Address; they would not all fit into any building on the planet.
In Barack Obama
What were the names and positions of the two men who sat directly behind president Obama as he delivered the state of the union address?
It is customary for the Vice President and the Speaker of the House of Representatives to sit behind the president. Thus, the two men you saw were Joe Biden (Vice President), …and John Boehner (pronounced BAY-ner), the Speaker of the House.