In this two hour special, Shepard Smith previews President Joe Biden's first address to a joint session of Congress tonight. Biden will press his so-far popular agenda, which includes a $2 trillion infrastructure plan and a newly unveiled, $1.8 trillion plan for families, children and students. Larry Sabato, director of the University of Virginia center for politics, discusses what to expect from tonight’s address. Marc Morial, former mayor of New Orleans, discusses what people want to see with police reform. Steve Kornacki reports statistics on President Biden’s approval ratings on various issues including the Covid-19 pandemic, the economy, uniting the country, race relations, taxes, guns, and more. Plus, the FBI executed search warrants at Rudy Giuliani’s home and law office for his involvement in Ukraine. A judge has blocked the public release of bodycam videos in Andrew Brown, Jr.‘s shooting, saying it will jeopardize the ongoing investigation. The FDA could also ban menthol cigarettes as early as tomorrow.