As Americans prepare to celebrate the country's 241st birthday on Tuesday, many are wondering how President Trump and his family will commemorate the day in Trump's first year as commander in chief.
In 2016, former President Barack Obama hosted a star-studded lineup including Kendrick Lamar, Bruno Mars and Janelle Monáe as part of White House July 4th festivities.
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After Trump returns from a reported golf trip in New Jersey on Monday, the current president and first lady will host a more low-key event this year.
According to the AP, President Trump and Melania Trump will participate in a picnic for American military families at the White House on Tuesday in celebration of Independence Day. The event is scheduled to kick off at 5:15 p.m., followed by fireworks viewing at 9 p.m.
Trump honored military veterans on Saturday at a Kennedy Center event in Washington, an event seemingly aimed at energizing the evangelical base.
"Since the signing of the Declaration of Independence 241 years ago, America always affirmed that liberty comes from our creator," Trump said. "Our rights are given to us by God, and no earthly force can ever take those rights away."
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