By Ruth Kinane
February 28, 2017 at 11:06 AM EST
AP Photo/Pablo Martinez Monsivais

On Tuesday evening President Trump will deliver his first address to Congress. The president is scheduled to speak at 9 p.m. E.T. before a joint session of Congress and, like his inaugural address, the speech will be written by aide Stephen Miller.

During his first congressional address, Trump is expected to use his time at the podium to lay out his priorities moving forward, sharing details of what the White House hopes to achieve on Capitol Hill for the rest of the year.

“One can expect the president to put forth a detailed and deliberative recitation of the many things he’s accomplished in the first 40 days,” Kellyanne Conway, counselor to the president, has said. “He’s his own best spokesperson and messenger in terms of [outlining] completely the list of achievements that are either largely ignored or unknown.”

As the speech comes just before the official release of president’s first budget next month, he is also expected to cover the allocation of U.S. government funds, including a reported $54 billion increase in defense spending and cuts to other federal agencies and programs.

Some Congressional Democrats have invited guests from immigrant communities, refugees, and Muslim Americans in a political statement against Trump’s policies during his first few weeks in office.

Here’s where you can watch Trump’s speech and which anchors you’ll be joining to do so this Tuesday evening:

NBC: Coverage will be led by Lester Holt, joined by Chuck Todd and Tom Brokaw

CBS: Scott Pelley will anchor and be joined by Norah O’Donnell, Gayle King, and John Dickerson

ABC: George Stephanopoulos is anchoring, joined by David Muir, Martha Raddatz, and Jonathan Karl

Fox: Join Shep Smith for coverage

PBS: Judy Woodruff will be on PBS Newshour

Fox Business: Neil Cavuto will anchor

Bloomberg TV: David Gura takes the lead

Fox News: Bret Baier and Martha MacCallum are anchoring, joined by Tucker Carlson, Dana Perino, Chris Wallace, Juan Williams, and Brit Hume

MSNBC: Coverage will be led by Rachel Maddow, Brian Williams, and Chris Matthews

CNN: Anchors will be Anderson Cooper, Wolf Blitzer, Jake Tapper, and Dana Bash

BBC World News: Will be anchored by Katty Kay

Fusion: Will have The Onion doing live commentary