President-elect Donald Trump will be sworn-in at 8 a.ms. local on Monday at the White House in Washington, D.C.
Trump will be the 45th president of the United States, succeeding former President Barack Obama, the WhiteHouse said on its official website.
“It is an honor to have President Trump in the Whitehouse.
His commitment to working to advance the interests of working families, his leadership on behalf of everyday Americans, and his vision for a better America will serve us well for decades to come,” the White house said in a statement.
Trump, who is running for the Republican nomination, has been the subject of intense speculation over his decision to run.
He is set to leave office next week and become the first sitting president to be re-elected since Bill Clinton.
Trump was the only Republican candidate for president to declare his candidacy on Thursday.
He announced his candidacy during a televised town hall in Phoenix.
Trump has already been in office for less than three months.
The president-elect has had a rocky first few weeks, when the FBI raided his New Jersey home and questioned him about allegations of election fraud.