Washington (CNN)French President Emmanuel Macron will address a joint session of Congress on April 25 as part of his state visit, a senior administration official told reporters Friday. The address coincides with the 58th anniversary of former French President Charles de Gaulle's address to a joint session of Congress.
- Trump, Macron and their wives will have a private tour of Mount Vernon and enjoy a private dinner
- Trump and Macron holding a one-on-one meeting in the Oval Office mid-morning.
- They will then hold an extended bilateral meeting with their respective delegations. On the US side will be Vice President Mike Pence, acting Secretary of State John Sullivan, Defense Secretary James Mattis, Commerce Secretary Wilbur Ross, White House chief of staff John Kelly, national security adviser John Bolton, National Economic Council director Larry Kudlow and US Ambassador to France Jamie McCourt.
- They will then go to Arlington National Cemetery to participate in a wreath-laying ceremony.
- State dinner that evening.
- Macron addresses a joint session of Congress.