By Jessica Bortman-Olivares and John Daley – The Associated PressAssociated PressPresident Donald Trump will officially open the Smithsonian National Museum of American History on Wednesday, marking a year-end mark in which he promised to create a museum that would showcase the lives of the people who have shaped our country.
The museum will be called the Museum of Contemporary Art.
The opening is expected to mark the end of the Trump administration, and the opening will mark a major milestone for the president and his administration as he prepares to leave office in January 2021.
The White House has said the museum would be a focal point for the country’s history and culture.
The president said it will highlight how Americans have shaped and shaped the world.
The museum will also include exhibits about the role of artists, including American art-historical figures such as Van Gogh, Picasso, and Matisse.
The inaugural festivities, which are typically held on weekends, will not be a holiday event.
There will be no fireworks, no fireworks displays, no live music, no political speeches, no speeches by the president or Vice President Mike Pence, and no special events.
The Trump administration has said it hopes to have the museum open by the end and that its focus will be on American history.
The president’s plan for the museum was first reported by the New York Times.
Trump has previously vowed to unveil a massive memorial to the victims of the Sept. 11, 2001, terrorist attacks at the site.
He has also said he plans to put a museum on the site to honor those who died during the attacks.
In a 2016 book, Trump described the museum as a place where he could show the American people the real story of how he came to be president, as well as the real lives of those who fought for him.
He said the public will be able to see the lives and stories of Americans who have died or were killed in the war on terror.
The announcement comes days before Trump is expected take office, and as Congress prepares to return to work.
The Senate is set to begin a regular session Wednesday.