President-elect Donald Trump is very excited to be the first African-American president, the White House said Thursday.
The vice president-elect’s first public appearance will be at his New Jersey residence, the Trump International Hotel, where Trump will hold his swearing-in ceremony on Saturday, Trump’s transition team announced.
The ceremony will take place on the second floor of the Trump National Golf Club in Bedminster, New Jersey.
Trump, who is the country’s 45th president, will also take part in a signing ceremony at the White Helmets charity organization in London, England, where he will deliver a speech to mark the start of the group’s work to support victims of the Syrian Civil War.
Trump and Biden will meet for the first time on Friday morning.
In a statement Thursday night, Trump called Biden “one of my closest friends.”