President Donald Trump will hold his first press briefing as president on Thursday in his hometown of Miami, according to a source close to the White House.
The White House has not yet released a schedule, but Politico reported that the event will be held at the White the South Florida Convention Center.
The event will likely focus on Trump’s health, with a number of administration officials and top reporters expected to participate.
Trump has made it clear he is looking to address healthcare, though he has avoided making concrete promises about his plans to address it.
Last week, he appeared to suggest that a plan to repeal and replace Obamacare would have been a bad idea.
During a White House press briefing on Monday, Trump reiterated that he would not be seeking to repeal the Affordable Care Act.
“I will not be the first to repeal Obamacare,” Trump said.
“I don’t think that it would be wise to do that.
It would have to be something that’s actually going to be successful.”
He continued: “And so, I’m not looking to do anything at the moment, but I’ll see what happens.”
He also repeated his claim that he and Vice President Mike Pence had reached an agreement on a plan for healthcare.
The administration has repeatedly said that the White Houses healthcare policy would be “out in the open.”
The plan would include a plan that would repeal Obamacare, replace it with a single-payer system, and eliminate insurance coverage for preexisting conditions.
But Trump has consistently denied that the policy is a “complete repeal” of the ACA.
The Trump administration has been working to repeal healthcare since the start of the administration, but it is unclear how much progress the administration has made on repealing it.