Donald Trump will visit the White House for the first time as president-elect on Thursday.
The President-elect is set to meet with President Barack Obama in the Oval Office, according to a press schedule released by the White House on Wednesday.
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Meanwhile, First Lady Michelle Obama will be meeting with Melania Trump in the White House residence. Both meetings are closed to press.
After Obama sits down with the 70-year-old reality TV star-turned-soon-to-be-commander-in-chief, the president will be meeting with the Cleveland Cavaliers on the White House's South Lawn to congratulate the team on their 2016 NBA Championship.
The president extended the invite during a phone call to his Republican successor on Wednesday, where he congratulated Trump on his victory over Democratic nominee Hillary Clinton.
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Their meeting is intended to update Trump in regards to the transition planning that the president’s team has been working on for some time.
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