Washington (CNN) – President Barack Obama will lay out the values and vision for his second term in his Inaugural Address on Monday, setting up more detailed remarks on policy in his February 12 State of the Union.
A source with knowledge of the president’s upcoming speech spoke to CNN about it on the condition of not being identified publicly.
He will speak about the division in Washington, the source said, but another official said Obama will not engage his political opponents by calling them out. He is expected to say that not all debates and political differences must be resolved, but that the country can act on issues where there is common ground.
One of the sources said Saturday that Obama is still working on his speech, which he will deliver on the West Front of the Capitol after ceremonially taking the oath of office Monday. The president will…
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