President Trump to visit Orlando for school choice discussion

Trump to make fourth presidential trip to Mar-a-Lago

ORLANDO, Fla. – President Trump will fly to Orlando on Friday to attend a listening session on school choice at St. Andrews Catholic School in Pine Hills, White House deputy press secretary Sarah H. Sanders told reporters Tuesday.

Trump appears to be planning stops in both Orlando and Palm Beach before his fourth presidential trip to Mar-a-Lago, the Palm Beach Post reported. 

St. Andrews is a Notre Dame ACE Academy school of choice.

The Federal Aviation Administration warned pilots on Monday to expect restrictions around Orlando, which normally indicates a Trump visit. 

Trump rallied supporters in Melbourne on Feb.18, saying that he wanted to be "among my friends and among the people."

Trump's last stop in Orlando was Dec. 16 during his "Thank You Tour" before his inauguration. The event was held at the Central Florida Fairgrounds in Orange County. Vice President Mike Pence was also in attendance. 

Trump's visit to Orlando on Friday will also be an opportunity for Trump to drive home his calls for education reform, which he is also slated to address Tuesday night.

CNN contributed to this report.