President Trump will be in New York on Monday to kick off the city's 100th annual Veterans Day Parade. He'll speak at the parade's opening ceremony which the White House says is a first for a President. The United War Veterans Council says Trump will then lay a wreath at the Eternal Light Memorial in Madison Square Park, followed by Taps and a 21-gun salute. The opening ceremony begins at 10:30 and the parade starts at noon at 25th Street and Fifth, proceeding up the avenue to 48th Street.
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