First Lady Melania Trump announced Friday that self-guided tours of the White House will now include a stop at the small movie theater used by President Trump.
In a statement, Trump said visitors to the White House should see as much of it as possible.
"The White House belongs to the people of this country," stated First Lady Melania Trump. "I believe everyone who takes the time to visit and tour the White House should have as much access to its rich history and wonderful traditions as possible. It is my hope that our visitors truly enjoy the newest piece of the tour."
Melania Trump has yet to move into the executive residence, and is living in her home in Trump Tower in Manhattan until her son Barron finishes the school year. However, she's still taken an active role in shaping the White House for her husband's administration.
The first lady is traditionally in charge of organizing the public's access to the White House.
The movie theater was built in the White House for President Franklin D. Roosevelt in July 1942 and President Reagan remodeled it to include 51 seats in tiered rows.