President Joe Biden made the war in Ukraine a major focus of his first State of the Union address Tuesday, touting the unified allied response to Russia’s invasion, including the closure of U.S. airspace to Russian flights, and taking aim at Russian President Vladimir Putin, who he said was “now isolated from the world more than he has ever been.” On the domestic front, Biden addressed the economy and inflation, which is at its highest level in decades and has been cited by voters as a top concern — and a major reason for his weak approval ratings in polling.