NEW YORK (1010 WINS) -- President Trump on Saturday said he may bounce between the White House and D.C.'s Trump International Hotel on Election Night since local restrictions put the limit on gatherings at 50 people or less.
"I’ll be perhaps between the White House and the hotel," Trump told reporters Saturday at Joint Base Andrews, before heading to Pennsylvania for a rally. "I guess they placed a limit yesterday on the hotel."
He added, "It’s going to be a very interesting three days. It’s going to be a very interesting Tuesday.”
Trump's first rally on Saturday is in Newton, Pennsylvania at around 12:30 p.m. He tweeted he will "be making a special speech."
Trump on Friday said his election night plans were up in the air, following a New York Times report earlier in the day that his campaign had moved a planned party from the Trump International Hotel to the White House.
A fundraising email sent to supporters earlier this week said there would be a party at the hotel.
"We haven’t made a determination," Trump told reporters outside the White House on Friday. "We have certain rules and regulations. You know, Washington, D.C. is shut down. The mayor has shut it down."
He added, "So we have a hotel, I don’t know if it’s shut -- if you’re allowed to use it or not, but I know the mayor has shut down Washington, D.C. And if that’s the case, we’ll probably stay here or pick another location. I think it’s crazy Washington, D.C. is shut down. Can you imagine?"
The president's youngest son Eric Trump echoed those sentiments, telling Fox News Friday morning, "We're thinking about moving it, actually, over to the White House. We are looking at that right now. it's going to be a great night."