Trump is in the final weeks of a two-week trip to Asia, where he is expected to meet with leaders in the region and take a number of actions aimed at making America great again.
But the president-election campaign also is set to announce major changes to the country’s immigration laws, which will likely have ripple effects on U.S. employers.
Here’s what you need to know:The president-federal election will take place Monday in the Philippines, where the United States will be holding its first presidential election since the election of the previous president, Donald Trump, in November.
Trump is expected at the end of the trip to meet leaders in Asia, including Chinese President Xi Jinping, Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe and South Korean President Moon Jae-in.
He will then head to Washington, D.C., for meetings with his top advisers.
Here are the major events in the president’s agenda, according to the White House:Trump’s visit to Manila, Philippines, begins with an afternoon press conference in which he will deliver a speech that will address the United Nations General Assembly on Thursday and Friday.
The president is also expected to speak about a series of new immigration rules.
The president will then travel to Manila for a meeting with the Philippine president, Joseph Estrada, and Japanese Prime Minster Shinzo Abe, a White House official said.
Abe and Trump are expected to hold a bilateral meeting later in the week.
The Philippine president will also attend a dinner with the president, White House officials said.
Trump and Estradas first meeting is set for Tuesday, but he could also hold a meeting later.
On Thursday, Trump will meet with Chinese President Li Keqiang, a former U.N. ambassador who was named ambassador to the U.K. and France last month.
The two leaders are expected discuss trade and security issues, among other things.
Trump also will meet Sunday with Japan’s Prime Minister Taro Aso and discuss a potential trade agreement, according the White White House.
Trump is also set to meet Sunday in South Korea with South Korean president Moon Jae, and then on Monday in Manila with Philippine President Rodrigo Duterte.
Trump will hold a second meeting on Monday with Philippine Vice President Leni Robredo, the White Hill administration official said, adding that he will also meet with his Chinese counterpart.
The Philippines also is expected during his visit to Seoul, where Trump will discuss a possible trade agreement and bilateral military ties.