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"Looking at the road to low Holly Lalo southbound five just north of Osborne. We have a swerve alert there in Orange County floating around the number one lane. So watch out westbound ten overland two car crash in the number four lane. Another one on the westbound tenant Bundy, two vehicle crash. On the right shoulder is pretty thick outside. We'll keep you posted Holly Adams. Thank you four thirty five. It's KCRW from NPR news. This is all things considered. I'm Audie Cornish. And I'm Mary Louise Kelley a week from tonight. President Trump is supposed to deliver a state of the union address to congress and the nation now whether he will or not, Nope. In question. The White House is moving ahead with plans, but no word yet on whether house speaker Nancy Pelosi will give him the permission he needs. She had suggested last week that Trump postpone his speech until after the shutdown ins, or maybe just deliver a written version and skip the speech part well uncertainty over the mechanics of the sheer speech has given us reason to reconsider the century old tradition of the state of the union. Joining me now is NPR's Ron Elving. Ron. Hey, Mary, Louise. So these century old tradition. I just called it. And I did not know until quite recently that the president is not actually required to show up on Capitol Hill and. Deliver a big old state of the union speech. When did that actually begin Woodrow Wilson was really reviving the idea of reporting in person to congress in nineteen thirteen when he gave his first report, but it was originated actually, George Washington in seventeen ninety four the capitol building as we know it was ever built Wilson was a college professor at he loved the idea of lecturing congress and laying out his agenda and plenty of other presidents have loved that idea to they started putting them on the radio in the twenty s and on television in nineteen forty seven. Awaits the arrival of president Truman to deliver. His message on the state of the union, and since then presidents have pretty much wanted to have that opportunity to reach the big national audience, you mentioned television, which is a reminder, I guess of the optics of this that if it were to go ahead Nancy Pelosi would of course, be sitting there right behind the president. And it's also a reminder, this is her chamber. She gets to decide who addresses it and actually Nancy Pelosi introduced George W Bush back in two thousand seven after the Democrats had taken control of the house of representatives. At that time, I have the high privilege and the distinct honor to you the president of the United States in general, the congress has shown its respect for the president of the United States. You're describing some of the traditions behind all this. What about just the message? How powerful a platform is this for the president to these speeches tend to resonate. They do an historic moments such as. DR announcing the four freedoms that we would fight for if we were to be pulled into World War Two. Founded on all central. LBJ declaring unconditional war on poverty and this administration to day here. And now declares unconditional war on poverty in America. George W Bush in two thousand three set the stage.
"holly lalo" Discussed on KCRW
"Right now holly adams is looking at the roads of southern california will holly lalo unfortunately we have to start with a sigler in irwindale on the northbound six five at lower road a big rig crash blocking the two right lanes has you backed up all the way from the sixty in lynnwood also eastbound five at long beach boulevard we have a collision there that's taking up the right lane and in santa ana on the northbound five at grand avenue stalled vehicle in the center lane has you backed up from jeffrey road we're already getting busy early anthrax friday afternoon we continue with the news right now sunshine across the area today with advertise mid upper sixties maybe some low seventy s in the valley where seventy two right now van nuys we're sixty five in downtown los angeles and seventy and even seventy and monte as we continue with the news and politics on kcrw welcome back to left right and center i'm josh barrow your center and senior editor at business insider on the right is rich lowry editor of national review on the left is ana marie cox political columnist and host of the crooked media podcast with friends like these it's been quite a week for foreign relations president trump hosted his first state dinner for french president emmanuel mccall mccone delivered an address to a joint session of congress in defensive multilateralism he's tried to position himself as the one european leader who can influence trump but he left washington warning that he expects president trump to withdraw from the iran nuclear deal a large mistake in his view as we take on friday german chancellor angela merkel is in washington to meet with trump and the heads of the two koreas had a summit where they agreed to move toward a peace treaty continuing what at least appears to be a significant de escalation of tensions on the korean peninsula onto it feels like we've come a really long way from president trump shouting at the australian prime minister and his first days in office has the trump foreign policy surprised you i think that's it's one consistent element.