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Did you miss Obama’s State of the Union address? Watch the enhanced broadcast right here

Published Jan 29th, 2014 12:24PM EST

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Did you miss President Barack Obama’s State of the Union address on Tuesday night? On one hand, you should be happy that you didn’t subject yourself to the millions of #SOTU jokes flowing through Twitter. On the other hand, the State of the Union is an important event that should be watched by everyone in the U.S. as well as those abroad who might be interested in foreign affairs. Obama spent more than an hour and a half on Tuesday night discussing the state of our nation, policy and various important issues, and anyone who may have missed it can now watch an enhanced version of the broadcast that has been made available by The White House.

The enhanced version of the president’s address includes the entire video feed from the speech, and it is complimented by various charts, graphs and photos that add additional detail and help illustrate the points Obama covered. The full 105-minute video is embedded below for your viewing pleasure.

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