First it was on, then it was off, and now it’s back on again. President Trump’s State of the Union Address to Congress will finally get under way in a few hours.
He’ll use it to call for more bi-partisan co-operation, after the bitter fight over funding for his border wall caused the longest government shutdown in US history.
He appeared to lose that battle, and some polling has shown his support declining as a result. We have been to Wilkes-Barre in Pennsylvania to find out if his most loyal supporters are starting to stray.