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The trade center at the U.S. Trade Representative’s office in Washington D.C. will be open to the public on Friday, as thousands of employees are on leave to work on the inauguration and the swearing-in of President Donald Trump.

The trade center, located in the Capitol, is a public access facility that is open to all who live, work, and shop in the capital.

It includes a large display of government documents, which are kept in the same location as those inside the White House, the Capitol Visitor Center, the National Archives, and the National Labor Relations Board.

The Washington Post reported on Friday that some employees were scheduled to leave early on Friday to work at the trade centers main site, but that a large contingent of workers were scheduled for the opening of the trade hall.

According to the Washington Post, the trade centre will open to media at 9 a.m. local time, followed by briefings with representatives from the U-20 World Cup, the European Union, and U.K. Prime Minister Theresa May.

The White House will also host an event at noon that will be hosted by May, and President Trump will give a speech in the Trade Center Hall on the evening of the opening.

The White House press secretary, Sarah Huckabee Sanders, told reporters that the event will be “more focused on trade issues than we have ever been before.”

In addition to the trade show, the opening ceremony for the event, which will take place at 11:30 a., will be livestreamed and available on the White Houses website.

Sanders said that the White Senate will also participate in the opening, as will the Department of Agriculture and National Security Council.

The event will also include a special performance by singer-songwriter Lady Gaga, who will perform on stage.

“This event is truly an unprecedented event, but the United States has become the leader in the global economy because of the leadership of our President,” Sanders said.

“He is the first American president to lead a full-scale trade show with all the nations of the world, and he has a unique opportunity to lead the world in bringing economic and national security benefits to the American people and to our allies.”

Sanders added that Trump will also meet with Prime Minister May, as well as representatives from various U.N. agencies.

During his first month in office, Trump signed an executive order that made it illegal to enter the United Kingdom without a visa.

He also has taken steps to limit the number of refugees entering the country.

Trump has promised to make trade a priority in his first year in office and he announced plans to begin building a border wall along the U,K., border, as part of his “America First” immigration agenda.