Rewatch President Trump's speech at the African American History Museum.
UPDATE 10:05 a.m.: President Trump pledged to "bring the country together" and condemned anti-Semitism at a brief morning speech at the African American History Museum Tuesday morning.
Trump said he was "deeply proud of African-American men and women who built our national heritage" and would do "everything I can to continue that promise of freedom."
Trump also praised his nominee for Housing and Urban Development secretary, Dr. Ben Carson, saying "We're going to do great things in our African-American communities."
Trump also condemned anti-Semitism during the tour.
UPDATE 9:10 a.m.: President Trump entered the museum this morning. Here's a look at the walk in.
ORIGINAL STORY: President Trump is set to visit the Smithsonian's National Museum of African American History and Culture on Tuesday after scrapping a planned visit during Martin Luther King Jr. Day.
The original visit was postponed due to scheduling issues, ABC News reports.
First Lady Melania Trump visited the museum with the Sara Netanyahu, wife of Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu, last week.
WATCH | Here's a look at Melania and Sara's visit.
The prime minister's official Twitter accounted posted photos of the visit.
Melania said it was an "honor" to visit.
Trump will reportedly be joined by Ben Carson, Sen. Tim Scott (R-SC) and Alveda King.