President Barack Obama will take on critics at the White House Tuesday night for his second primetime news conference.
Obama has faced backlash from the public on economic issues, from his huge budget plan to the million dollar AIG bonuses paid for with federal bailout money.
CBN News White House Correpondent David Brody gave a preview of what to expect from the president's speech tonight.
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He's certain there will be a lot of talk on the economy, including the debate surrounding the AIG bonuses and the administration's plan to buy up toxic assets from banks.
Obama is also expected to discuss his strategy for the war in Afghanistan and his trip planned for next week to the G-20 summit.
GOP Gov. Bobby Jindal will offer a response following Obama's speech.