President Donald Trump will lay out his vision for unity as well as outline the case of things his administration already has accomplished during his State of the Union address, Press Secretary Sarah Sanders said Tuesday.
"If we are willing to work together, choose greatness, here's what we can accomplish," Sanders told CNN's "New Day," while previewing the speech. "Let's come together, do what America wants from us. Let's do our jobs and solve real problems."
She said the president likely will speak about infrastructure, as well as the nation's opioid crisis.
"Infrastructure is one of the easy ones to look at," she said. "Everybody in this country knows we have crumbling bridges and roads that need to be fixed. We have a technology infrastructure that needs to get better."
Sanders also defended the president's poll ratings, saying that he's more focused on results, not what polls reflect.
"Everyone in the country is feeling the power of the economic boom that we are facing now under the leadership of the president," said Sanders. "There is no doubt in any economist's mind that the economy has been better under this president than it's been in decades."
Trump also likely will discuss his call for a border wall and immigration in his address Tuesday.
"We know the crime and the drugs and those things drastically stop if you have real border security and that includes a wall," she said. I don't think the wall is up for debate."
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