When will we know if Donald Trump will return to the White House?

Real estate magnate Donald Trump is on the brink of returning to the Oval Office, a sign that his presidency is in serious jeopardy.

The Associated Press has confirmed that Trump will visit the White Houses of President Barack Obama and Vice President Joe Biden on Wednesday.

Trump will also make a stop at the Whitehouse to meet with family members and friends of the president.

But Trump is facing growing pressure to withdraw, including from some in his own party.

Trump’s administration is facing intense pressure to back down amid mounting questions over his mental health and his decision to leave his White House for private meetings in the early morning hours of July 13.

In recent weeks, a number of top Trump administration officials have left the WhiteHouse, including Attorney General Jeff Sessions, Secretary of Homeland Security John Kelly, and White House chief of staff Reince Priebus.

Sources familiar with the deliberations told The Associated News that Trump and his aides are expected to announce a plan to withdraw from the Whitehouses deliberations this week.

But the president will also be expected to make a decision by the end of the week, according to the sources, which could include withdrawing from the presidential debates.

The Whitehouse meetings will take place the same week Trump will host the second Republican presidential debate.

Sources said that while Trump will have some support among Republican leaders, they do not have the numbers to force him to drop out.

“It’s not a sure thing that he’ll come back,” one Republican source said of Trump’s decision to attend the debate.

Trump and Democratic rival Hillary Clinton are both expected to speak at the debate on Tuesday, with the Republican and the Democratic candidates vying for the 2016 nomination.

Trump is not expected to attend.

In the weeks since his election, Trump has made several trips to the West Wing, which is often described as the White Palace.

On Friday, the White palace was set ablaze as Trump was inaugurated as the 45th president of the United States.

It was the second time in a week that the fire had burned the West Wall.

Trump was sworn in as president Friday morning, and he has been surrounded by security detail since he took the oath of office in the Capitol rotunda.

Trump spent his first weeks in office at his private residence in Trump Tower, a sprawling New York City skyscraper that sits across from the Capitol building.

Trump has long criticized his own administration and his political opponents for not making a stronger showing in the 2016 election, which the president lost.

He has blamed the Democratic Party for not reaching out to voters during his campaign.

On Thursday, a former Trump campaign adviser who worked on the campaign and now works as an adviser to the president told CNN that Trump “wouldn’t have the balls” to return to Washington to take a seat in the Oval office.