Trump is set to embark on his first overseas trip as a U.S. president.

    Trump is set for his first foreign trip as the president-elect to Asia and Europe, according to his campaign website.

    The first stops are: China, Japan, Vietnam, the United Arab Emirates and South Korea.

    The president-obamas inaugural address will be delivered Wednesday at the State Department.

    The president-election will be Trump’s second trip abroad as president and his first since being inaugurated in January.

    The U.K. is a candidate for a 2020 Olympics and the first major U.N. election in the modern era.

    He will also hold talks with leaders of the Organization of American States, the North Atlantic Treaty Organization and other nations.

    The White House said Wednesday that the trip will include an event with British Prime Minister Theresa May, an appearance by Trump and the leaders of Canada and France.

    May will also attend the Group of Seven summit in Sicily.

    The summit will focus on the economy and trade and will be hosted by German Chancellor Angela Merkel and Italian Prime Minister Paolo Gentiloni.

    Trump also will be joined by Mexican President Enrique Pena Nieto, French President Emmanuel Macron, Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe and German Chancellor Frank-Walter Steinmeier.

    The group will discuss the next steps in fighting terrorism, the impact of the opioid crisis and other global challenges.

    Trump will visit Poland on Saturday and Italy on Sunday, the White House announced.

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