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Kellyanne Conway, counselor to President Donald Trump, joined Bret Baier on "Special Report" to preview the president's first official State of the Union address.

She said Trump will spend a portion of his speech Tuesday night recapping what has been a tremendous year for U.S. prosperity and security.

Even though the Dow Jones Industrial Average took a hit on Tuesday, Conway said Trump still has an extraordinarily positive economic message to share.

She said Trump can tout the Republican tax overhaul, consumer confidence, the unemployment numbers, regulatory reforms and energy development.

"All of that is leading to untold prosperity, not just in the wage increases and the bonuses and the capital investments your seeing from some 275 companies and employers, but also in people's retirement securities, their 401k's, their pensions, their educational investments," Conway said.

She said that she expects Trump to strike a conciliatory, unifying, positive and uplifting tone in his address, and she hopes that will be reciprocated by Democratic lawmakers.

Conway added that she is thankful that House Majority Whip Steve Scalise (R-La.) will be in attendance, after he was nearly killed during a shooting at a congressional baseball practice in June 2017.

"I'm so grateful to God that he'll be there with others in that hall," she said.

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