President Trump is set to visit Israel in late May. That would be the earliest into a presidency that a sitting president visited the nation, The Times of Israel reports.
Trump is expected to stay for one night in the last week of May. U.N. Ambassador Nikki Haley will also visit the country in June, according to local reports.
Trump hosted Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu in February and will host Palestinian Authority President Mahmoud Abbas on May 3.
The visit has not been officially scheduled, but members of the Trump administration are set to arrive in Israel Thursday to nail down logistics for a Trump visit. An official said there is an 80 percent chance of a Trump visit.
During his campaign, Trump promised to move the U.S. Embassy in Israel to Jerusalem, a symbolic move popular among Israelis but one that threatens to anger Palestine. In recent weeks, Trump said he was still considering the move.
Trump's first scheduled foreign visit is a May 25 trip to Brussels. He may leave early or extend his trip to visit Israel, Israeli media reported.