Taking a page from the Hollywood playbook, Democratic women on Capitol Hill have decided to share their support for Time鈥檚 Up by wearing black during President Trump鈥檚 upcoming first State Of The Union address.

With the speech set to take place January 30th, California Representative Jackie Speier (D) is has called on the Democratic Women鈥檚 Working Group to don black suits during the televised speech, and is urging others attending to do so as well, including men and women on both sides of the aisle.

鈥淭his is a culture change that is sweeping the country, and Congress is embracing it,鈥 Speier told NBC News.

Speier may get some bipartisan support for her request, too. Throughout 2017, women in the GOP used their positions to stand toe to toe against policies that they deemed unfair to their constituents, especially when it came to health care. Sens. Susan Collins (R-ME), Shelley Moore Capito (R-WV), and Lisa Murkowski (R-Alaska) all stood up against their party to fight against various attempts to kill Obamacare, and although they didn鈥檛 fully succeed, they didn鈥檛 fail either.

Murkowski and Collins, in particular, spoke out often about the attempted dismantling of Obamacare, and although their party mostly froze them out, they managed to do the work of many by standing up to their entire caucus.

While the president鈥檚 daughter and White House advisor, Ivanka Trump has tweeted her support for both #MeToo and Time鈥檚 Up, the backlash she faced may keep her from standing in solidarity (and wearing black) during her father鈥檚 first SOTU.

Speier has been actively questioning the president鈥檚 past, announcing in December that the DWWG would be calling for an investigation into allegations of sexual misconduct against the president. To date, 19 women have accused the president of sexual misconduct dating back to the 1980s.

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