President Donald Trumps plans to travel to the United States and visit the major cities on Friday to mark his “thank you” visit to the American media, reports MTV News.
The president will arrive in New York on Friday morning and will fly to Cleveland on Friday evening, where he will hold a meeting with the media and then fly back to Washington on Saturday, the White House said in a statement.
“He will then visit Cleveland, the nation’s second-largest city, and Philadelphia, home to the White Sox and the NFL’s Philadelphia Eagles, where President Trump will hold another meeting with reporters, according the White White House.
The two meetings will be followed by a news conference with reporters and the public, the statement said.
“The President will have a chance to thank a large number of journalists for the tremendous work they do in reporting the news, as well as the thousands of American journalists who work in the newsrooms across the United State, the world and the world,” the statement added. “
The President will also meet with reporters in New Jersey, Delaware and Virginia. “
The President will have a chance to thank a large number of journalists for the tremendous work they do in reporting the news, as well as the thousands of American journalists who work in the newsrooms across the United State, the world and the world,” the statement added.
The President will also meet with reporters in New Jersey, Delaware and Virginia.
The New York Times reported on Friday that Mr Trump will be accompanied by his wife Melania and his daughter Ivanka Trump.
“On Friday, we will mark our country’s 150th birthday,” the president said in his announcement.
“Today, the president’s first 100 days are a record-setting one.
We have built an America that works, an America where every American has the opportunity to pursue their dreams, and an America with a vibrant economy and strong safety net.”
That is what makes America great.
And we are determined to get it back to that greatness.
“We will never stop fighting for America’s people, and we will never give up on the future of our country.”
The Trump administration did not immediately respond to a request for comment.
US president Donald Trumper speaks at a rally in Birmingham, Alabama, on February 25, 2021, ahead of the 100th anniversary of the US founding.
Mr Trumps first 100 day mark was set in 2020 when he was sworn in as the 45th US president.
The first 100 news conferences Mr Trump held in the US were set to begin in Washington, DC on Friday, with the president announcing that he will visit the US Capitol on Saturday.
The next day, the first 100 media members will be chosen for the White Houses press briefings.