AUSTIN,Texas (FOX 7 Austin) - A call for unity from President Trump, Tuesday night during his second State of the Union address.
The president laid out his vision for his third year in office.
The State of the Union, which is usually held at the end of January, got postponed this year due to the 35-day partial government shutdown, last month.
Although the shutdown is over, lawmakers have until Feb. 15, to reach a new agreement on spending and border security.
With the Democrats in control of the House while Republicans are in charge of the Senate.
Still, President Trump touched on bi-partisan topics, including: infrastructure projects, cutting the cost of prescription drugs and ending HIV in the U.S.
FOX 7 Austin’s Mike Warren and Rebecca Thomas talked to Travis County GOP Chairman Matt Mackowiak and the chair of the Travis County Democratic Party, Dyana Limon-Mercado about President Trump's State of the Union.