President Barack Obama will hold a campaign rally for Donald Trump at the Trump National golf club in Bedminster, New Jersey, on Monday, his campaign said.
The event will be a rally featuring campaign supporters and members of the public, the campaign said in a statement.
The rally will be free and open to the public.
It will be held at the golf course’s clubhouse on the east side of the property.
The Trump campaign said Monday that Obama will make the campaign announcement at 4 p.m.
EDT (1500 GMT) at the club.
The president will be joined by Vice President Joe Biden, a former Massachusetts governor, and a number of other Democratic officials, the White House said.
“This is a historic moment for our country,” Obama said in the statement.
“This election will decide whether or not the nation stays focused on the hard work of working families and whether we make our dreams a reality.”
The announcement comes just days after Obama, in his farewell address, vowed to use his executive authority to take the necessary steps to help his successor get re-elected.
He called for Congress to “reform the Electoral College” to elect the next president.
Obama also announced a $2 billion infrastructure program that would be financed by the Federal Reserve, and pledged to increase the number of women in leadership roles.