Others in the varied group of guests, who will sit with First Lady Melania Trump for the address, include a woman freed from federal prison after Trump cut short her life sentence for drug offenses and a DE boy allegedly bullied because his last name is Trump.
According to the White House, other guests invited to attend Trump's second State of the Union address include three relatives of a Nevada couple murdered last month by a man authorities said was likely in the United States illegally.
Having the last name of Trump has resulted in harassment for one DE 6th-grader - but now he's accepting an invite from the president who shares his name.
The State of the Union will be Tuesday at 8 p.m.
The bipartisan, bicameral conference committee composed of 17 Democrats and Republicans was formed as part of the deal to end the 35-day partial shutdown of the government.
- Alice Johnson, who is also a symbol of Trump's criminal justice reform efforts.
Joshua Trump is a 6th-grade student in Wilmington, Delaware, who has been bullied in school due to his last name.
Hungarian-born Judah Samet, who survived the Bergen-Belsen death camp and later lived in Israel and the USA, was four minutes late to Shabbat service at the Tree of Life synagogue on October 27.
Melania Trump's "Be Best" initiative raises awareness about cyber-bullying and focuses on the physical and mental health of children.
Trump said last month that a terrorist believed to have helped orchestrate the attack was recently killed in a US airstrike in Yemen. The bad loss has devastated both their community and three generations of their family who will be represented at the State of the Union: the Davids' daughter Debra, granddaughter Heather, and great-granddaughter Madison.
- Ashley Evans, who is nearing the one-year, one-month anniversary of becoming sober after years of opioid and substance abuse.
Elvin Hernandez specializes in transnational human trafficking, a favorite topic of Trump, who frequently (and without evidence) brings up stories of women bound and gagged at the border.
- Roy James, plant manager of a lumber facility in Vicksburg, Mississippi, that the White House says was reopened under provisions in Trump's tax cut legislation.
Joining them will be a member of the Tree of Life Synagogue who survived last year's horrific shooting as well as a SWAT team member who survived multiple gunshot wounds in the attack.
Trump Berto did not return a message left with her father.