President Trump addresses a joint session of Congress tomorrow to deliver his first State of the Union speech, which will set the tone for the next year in American politics.

Congressman Darren Soto (D-FL) will be in the audience. He gives his take on what to expect from President Trump's first State of the Union address. He also discusses Democrats' decision to tap Massachusetts Representative Joe Kennedy to deliver the party's response to the address. Rep. Soto says he thinks it was a great decision and that Kennedy is "a strong progressive."

Rep. Soto also shares his take on the news that FBI Deputy Director Andrew McCabe is resigning from his position. Soto says that Special Investigator Robert Mueller needs to be able to complete the Russia investigation with no distractions, and that McCabe had "become a distraction."