SAN FRANCISCO — Donald Trump’s inauguration has a lot of people looking forward to it.
The day will be filled with entertainment, fireworks and fireworks.
The president will also be making his way to a fireworks display at the San Francisco Zoo, a show that is set to begin around 2 p.m. local time.
The parade will end with the National Anthem before taking on a final, two-mile route around the San Andreas Fault, a tectonic fault line that runs through the San Fernando Valley.
Trump will then turn to a ceremonial swearing-in ceremony that will begin about two hours later.
On Friday, the president is set for a meeting with military leaders.
Trump’s press secretary, Hope Hicks, told reporters in an email that the meeting is not scheduled for Saturday, and that it will be held on Sunday.
Trump’s transition team will host a press conference to announce the president’s first Cabinet pick, Sen. Jeff Sessions, a Republican.
Trump is also expected to nominate an assistant to the president, a deputy national security adviser, a senior adviser to the House, a communications director and a special assistant to Trump on economic policy.
In addition to the parade and the inauguration, Trump will attend the Women’s March on Washington and the Women of Color March, which are scheduled for Friday.
Trump has previously said he would attend both events.
At the inauguration on Friday, Trump is expected to speak in front of a crowd of people in front.
That will be followed by a ceremony in the East Room of the White House.
The inauguration is a political event, but Trump’s team will be focused on promoting his agenda, Hicks said.
Trump also will be at the swearing-ins for members of the military, including Navy SEAL Team 6, which was previously slated to be part of the ceremony.