Tuesday (February 7, 2023) NBC “NBC News Special: State of the Union” tonight
Tonight, February 7 “NBC News Special: State of the Union” airs at 8PM ET on NBC. Check out more information below.
NBC News Special: State of the Union Tonight
NBC News, MSNBC, CNBC, NBC News NOW and Noticias Telemundo will feature live coverage and real-time analysis of President Joe Biden’s second State of the Union address and the Republican response on Tuesday, February 7. This will be President Biden’s first address to a divided Congress and Kevin McCarthy’s first State of the Union as Speaker of the House.
- NBC Nightly News anchor Lester Holt and TODAY co-anchor and NBC News chief legal correspondent Savannah Guthrie will lead NBC News’ special coverage live from Washington, D.C. starting at 9 p.m. ET on Tuesday, February 7.
- Holt and Guthrie will be joined by NBC News political director and Meet the Press moderator Chuck Todd, NBC News chief White House correspondent Kristen Welker, NBC News chief foreign affairs correspondent and chief Washington correspondent Andrea Mitchell, and NBC News senior Washington correspondent Hallie Jackson.
- Ahead of the address on Tuesday, Holt will anchor a special edition of NBC Nightly News live from Washington, D.C. The next morning, on Wednesday, February 8, Guthrie will anchor TODAY from the Nation’s Capital.
- NBC News and MSNBC correspondents, reporters, and contributors will join the special coverage across the networks and provide the latest reporting and analysis, including NBC News senior Capitol Hill correspondent Garrett Haake from the House Chamber, NBC News chief White House correspondent Peter Alexander from the White House, NBC News White House correspondents Monica Alba and Mike Memoli, NBC News chief foreign correspondent Richard Engel from Ukraine, CNBC anchor Andrew Ross Sorkin, NBC News justice and intelligence correspondent Ken Dilanian, and presidential historian Michael Beschloss.
- Plus, NBC News correspondents will be dispatched across key states speaking directly with voters on the state of the union and issues impacting them, including Shaquille Brewster in Wisconsin, Dasha Burns in Pennsylvania and Antonia Hylton in Tennessee.