Sean Spicer, press secretary of the White House on Monday will hold his first press conference in weeks.
He will address the journalists on a briefing that will not be recorded on camera in the James S. Brady Press Briefing Room at 2 p.m.
This will be first White House briefing of Spicer since June 28.
Due to the fact that the President Trump was traveling to Europe for the G20 summit from July 5-8 and visited France there were no press conferences held in that period.
Sean Spicer was away from the public eyes for weeks now
He has also been working on the position of White House communications director a post that has been vacant since early June after Mike Dubke resigned.
Sarah Huckabee Sanders, his deputy was the person who he delegated all the briefings to.
The transparency level at the briefings, has become a point of contention between the staff of the White House and the media.
Rumors are there is a shakeup in the press office of the White House, but thus far, no other major changes were made by the President.