The President's Speech: Scenes From Trump's First Address to Congress
President Donald Trump delivered his first address to a joint session of Congress from the floor of the House of Representatives.
Rain falls outside the U.S. Capitol before President Donald Trump addresses a joint session of the U.S. Congress in Washington on Feb. 28, 2017.
President Donald Trump enters the House Chamber to speak before a joint session of Congress.
President Trump points as he arrives in the House Chamber.
Members of Congress wear white to honor the women's suffrage movement and support women's rights before President Trump's address.
President Trump arrives to deliver his address.
First lady Melania Trump waits for the president's address.
President Trump shakes hands with House Speaker Paul Ryan.
Demonstrators hold signs in Lafayette Square during a rally calling for resistance to President Trump before his address.
From left, Supreme Court Justices John G. Roberts, Anthony M. Kennedy and Stephen Breyer attend the address.
President Trump defended controversial policies pushed by his administration in its first month and optimistically outlined a bold agenda highlighted by immigration reform, an expansive infrastructure program and reform of the nation's health care system.
Maureen Scalia, the widow of late Supreme Court Justice Antonin Scalia, is recognized during President Trump's address.
President Trump and the entire chamber applaud as they look toward Carryn Owens, widow of Navy Seal Ryan Owens.
Carryn Owens, center, the widow of fallen Navy Seal William Owens, is recognized during President Trump's address. Ivanka Trump looks on at right.
Owens was killed in last month's deadly commando raid in Yemen.
President Trump points at the crowd after delivering his address.