President Donald Trump touched on border security, national security, the economy, tax cuts and his domestic agenda.
During the 80-minute speech, Trump also gave a special shoutout (not by name) to Colorado's own U.S. Supreme Court Justice Neil Gorsuch. Gorsuch was nominated the Supreme Court by Trump early in his first year of holding the presidency and confirmed not long after.
"Working with the Senate, we are appointing judges who will interpret the Constitution as written, including a great new Supreme Court Justice, and more Circuit Court judges than any new administration in the history of our country," Trump said.
After the speech, Trump shook hands with Gorsuch as he left the chamber. It was the justice's first State of the Union address.
Justices generally do not get involved in political displays during the State of the Union and - unlike the GOP side of the chamber - don't clap. Gorsuch kept to decorum and instead of joining in many standing ovations, stayed glued to his chair.