President Donald Trump is expected to visit a luxury bath resort in Bath, Maryland, for the first official state visit of his administration on Tuesday.
Trump’s first official foreign trip has been a series of international trips to the U.S., the Philippines, Germany, Japan, and the United Kingdom.
The White House says Trump will hold a meeting with British Prime Minister Theresa May at the White House on Tuesday evening.
Trump will have a bilateral meeting with Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe at the U:State Department on Tuesday afternoon.
The president will also hold a bilateral dinner with King Abdullah II of Jordan on Tuesday at the State Department.
The State Department is holding a reception to welcome Trump’s wife, Melania, and other foreign dignitaries at the Eisenhower Executive Office Building on Tuesday night.
The event will include a live Q&A session, where officials will discuss the president’s accomplishments and vision for the country, and how the administration is responding to the opioid crisis.
Trump is also expected to hold a reception for members of the U of A basketball team at the campus on Tuesday, as well as an event for U. of A students at the Marriott Marquis.
The president will then visit the university in person.
On Tuesday, Trump will host a reception in the Roosevelt Room at the residence of U. S. Rep. Dana Rohrabacher (R-CA), the chairman of the House Permanent Select Committee on Intelligence.
Rohrabacher will join other Republican lawmakers and members of Congress to celebrate the 50th anniversary of the FBI’s World War II espionage and sabotage case against Nazi Germany.
The event will also include an open House session with members of U of B’s basketball team, a presentation of an interactive game featuring the team, and a live performance by the UofA band.
A joint session of Congress on Tuesday will be held to discuss Trump’s efforts to combat climate change and other global challenges.
House Speaker Paul Ryan (R, WI) is scheduled to speak about the administration’s plans to help address the opioid epidemic, and House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi (D-CA) will address the president on Tuesday morning.