On Tuesday, President Donald Trump biographer Tony Schwartz slammed Trump's State of the Union address as "irrelevant."
"What do you think he'll do tonight? Get applause across the room or just enjoy the left side, the Republican gallery out there," MSNBC host Chris Matthews asked.
Schwartz explained that there is nothing Trump can do or say to call for unity. Trump is expected to talk about the border wall and immigrants and call for bipartisan support.
"This State of the Union is arguably the most irrelevant State of the Union ever given," he said. "Why? Because there is nothing he can say that will generate any credibility beyond his core audience," Schwartz said.