The White House has been granted permission to screen "The Post," the new movie about the Pentagon Papers starring Tom Hanks and Meryl Streep, both harsh critics of President Trump.

The film can be screened at both the White House and Camp David, where the president will host Republican lawmakers this weekend, according to the Hollywood Reporter.

Hanks said he would decline an invitation to see the movie at the White House. He has previously criticized Trump's attacks on the media.

Streep recently condemned Melania and Ivanka Trump for their "silence" on sexual misconduct. She also rebuked the soon-to-be president at last year's Golden Globes ceremony by saying, "When the powerful use their position to bully others, we all lose." In response, Trump called her "over-rated" on Twitter.

"The Post" centers on the Washington Post's decision to publish the top-secret papers and the subsequent legal battle with the Nixon administration. The Steven Spielberg-directed film is up for six awards at Sunday's Golden Globes.