President Donald Trump’s eldest son is getting a chance to be on the White House’s “most powerful people” list.
Trump Jr. is scheduled to join Vice President Mike Pence and White House Chief of Staff Reince Priebus in a private meeting at Trump Tower Thursday, just weeks after Pence was sworn in as the 45th president of the United States.
The vice president is slated to take the stage for the meeting with the president, who has been struggling to contain an explosion of controversies over the weekend.
The White House has been mum on what Pence will be discussing with Trump Jr., but his publicist, Hope Hicks, said Pence has been discussing the possibility of the meeting in recent weeks.
She added that the vice president “is looking forward to discussing the President’s agenda and priorities with the President-elect, including his ongoing efforts to repair our nation’s economy.”
Pence, a conservative Republican who has served as Trump’s vice president, was forced to resign in August after a tape of him boasting about sexual harassment and groping surfaced.
He later apologized for his comments, but the president has been under fire from Democrats, many of whom have demanded that he resign as well.
The meeting will likely focus on Pence’s push to create a tax cut that would benefit the middle class, according to Politico.
Trump Jr.’s meeting is scheduled for 1 p.m.
EDT and will be live-streamed on CNN.