After weeks of back and forth, Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump are set to have their first face-to-face meeting since they announced their candidacy in June.
And while the two candidates have been locked in a heated feud, the two are scheduled to meet Wednesday morning at the White House for the first face to face of their presidential campaigns.
It’s been a busy few months for both candidates.
Both men have been embroiled in a bitter divorce and are still embroiled in the Russia probe.
But the Trump campaign has also been trying to find some kind of path forward in the race to the White the past few weeks, as they have tried to position themselves as the only alternative to the Clintons.
On Monday, Trump launched a new ad touting his “win” in the election and calling the Clinton campaign “out of touch” and “corrupt.”
On Tuesday, Trump announced he would not accept the endorsement of the American Family Association, an influential Christian group that opposes marriage equality.
But as the weeks have progressed, Trump has found himself at odds with many of the same members of his own party.
In recent days, Trump also took to Twitter to call for a “total and complete shutdown” of Muslims entering the United States, an apparent reference to the Muslim ban Trump has put in place.
And last week, Trump was forced to apologize after he said that the country would be “a lot better off” if Muslim refugees were not allowed to enter the country.
The White House has since apologized for Trump’s remarks.
On Wednesday, Clinton will have her first face and face-in-the-sand meeting with Trump since they launched their campaigns.
During her speech to the United Nations General Assembly last week in New York City, she called for unity in fighting global warming and urged her supporters to “stand together in our time of great uncertainty.”
Clinton will also meet with Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu.