With just a week to go before Election Day, President-elect Donald Trump and Vice President-Elect Mike Pence are making a run for the Oval Office.
Here’s a look at what to watch for as they enter the race.
The most important election in the United States is about to get underway.
Here are some key moments and what you need to know to know the race to win.
The president-elect and his vice president-to-be are taking their first steps in office as a team, preparing for the election’s big day.
Trump and Pence will be taking the oath of office together in a ceremony at noon EST on Tuesday.
On Tuesday, the president-in-waiting will give his first major address to the nation.
The event is likely to be one of the most watched political events of the year.
Trump and his wife, Melania, will be attending the inauguration ceremony with Pence, the first couple since 2000 to hold the same office.
Trump has already pledged to campaign for Pence.
At noon EST, the inauguration crowd will be on display in the Rose Garden.
Trump is expected to speak at length on several subjects, including the economy, national security, and immigration.
Trump and Pence are expected to spend most of their time on foreign policy and foreign affairs.
Trump will also address the nation about a dozen times, starting with a joint address to Congress on Tuesday evening.
He will be joined by Vice President Mike Pence, who will also speak.
Trump’s address will be a big moment for him, as it will likely be the first time he addresses the nation since taking office.
The president-insider reports that Trump will have his first official address to a joint session of Congress in the coming days.
Vice President Mike Trump arrives at Trump Tower in New York City, Jan. 20, 2021.
| REUTERS Trump and Melania Trump are celebrating their wedding anniversary in New Jersey.
As a married couple, they will be the only couple in history to be married for more than a year.
Trump will also be the second president to hold a wedding in his first term.
Trump married his wife Melania in 2005.
President-elect Trump arrives for a campaign rally in New Hampshire, Nov. 21, 2020.
| AP Trump is a Republican, and he’s not shy about the fact that he’s running for president as a Republican.
In a speech on Tuesday, Trump also touted his credentials as a businessman, saying that he has “made deals and gotten deals” as the owner of the largest real estate and manufacturing business in the world.
Trump also said that he would appoint a Cabinet secretary who would be a Republican and said that his Cabinet was “not going to be made up of people who are so biased against people who aren’t Republicans.”
Trump also said in his speech that he will make it a “priority” to nominate Supreme Court justices who will “hold us safe” and will “stand up to special interests.”
He will also nominate Supreme Leader Mike Pence as vice president, and Trump is reportedly considering running against Vice President Joe Biden, who is running against Democrat Hillary Clinton.
Trump, Pence, and Biden will meet with Senate Democrats in the next few weeks to discuss their respective paths to the White House.
Trump is also planning to announce his Cabinet choices in the days leading up to Election Day.
Trump said in an interview with NBC’s “Meet the Press” on Sunday that he is planning to name “a very large team” of Cabinet picks for the first 100 days of his presidency.