An Irish man and a US president are in the United States for the historic first time since World War II.
Trump and his wife Melania Trump are due to arrive at Andrews Air Force Base in Maryland at 9.30am on Thursday.
The couple will be joined by their daughters Ivanka and Donald Jr.
On Saturday, the Irish Times reported that the two men had met for the very first time after a five-hour flight to the US, where they had spent the weekend.
The Trump’s first stop will be in Washington DC on Monday morning, when they will attend a joint press conference with Irish Prime Minister Leo Varadkar.
The press conference will be televised live by RTÉ.
Donald Trump will address the Republican National Convention on Monday, in Cleveland.
It will be the first presidential press conference since the election, and will be streamed live on the RNC website.
The Irish Times said Trump would also attend a ceremony at the White House to mark the centenary of the US-Ireland diplomatic relationship, where the two countries will host a ceremony for Irish soldiers and their families.
Trump’s speech will be delivered by Vice President Mike Pence, and is expected to be a largely symbolic address, focusing on US foreign policy and the relationship between the US and Ireland.
On Friday, the US president will meet his Irish counterpart, Michael D Higgins, for the last time.
Trump will hold a joint news conference with the Irish prime minister on Saturday.
The two men will meet Trump in the Oval Office and the two leaders will attend the White Senate on Sunday morning.