Today, the first lady, Michelle Obama, is scheduled to visit Orlando, Florida, on Tuesday to deliver the keynote address at a Democratic Party dinner honoring the first woman elected to the U.S. House of Representatives.
The event, which will be held at the National Arts Center, is being billed as a “special, intimate, and reflective” look at the first female president, Michelle.
Obama, the daughter of former President Barack Obama, will be the first sitting first lady since Michelle to visit a major U.P. city in her first term.
The event will be televised live on the CBS Evening News.
As first lady during her husband’s eight years in the White House, Obama made history when she became the first African American to be elected to Congress.
But Obama is unlikely to have much to say about the election of President Donald Trump.
Trump is currently embroiled in a controversy over his campaign’s ties to Russia and his refusal to disavow the Ku Klux Klan.
Obama is scheduled only to give a brief speech, but her presence in Orlando would mark her first trip to the state since taking office in 2009.
After Obama’s speech, she will head to the University of Central Florida for a “family event” at which she will host a fundraising event for the Orlando-area Children’s Hospital.
Trump has already visited the state twice, on a tour in October and again on a trip to Palm Beach, Florida in March.
The president has repeatedly denied Russia was behind the hacks and called Obama a “so-called leader” who “should be ashamed of herself.”
ABC News’ Adam Ritter contributed to this report.