President Barack Obama and former Vice President Dick Cheney will visit the White House for a week of official engagements and a private dinner on Wednesday, a White House official told The Hill.
Obama is scheduled to visit the National Archives on Wednesday morning, followed by a reception with a small group of veterans, according to a source familiar with the event.
Cheney and Biden will meet with the nation’s veterans at the White Senate on Thursday afternoon, followed closely by a White Senate meeting with veterans and their families, according the official.
The meeting will be held at the Senate Chamber in Washington.
Obama will have lunch with the president of the United States on Thursday, the official added.
Obama’s itinerary includes a trip to Capitol Hill to meet with veterans, a visit to the National Zoo on Friday, a meeting with the American Association of University Women and a meeting at the National Museum of African American History and Culture on Saturday.
The president will also attend the Whitehouse Easter Egg Roll on Saturday morning.
Cheney will attend a lunch hosted by the National Association of Manufacturers, the source added.
The White House has not yet confirmed the dates of the official meetings.