President Donald Trump will be making a visit to Central New York next week.

The 45th president of the United States will make a stop at Fort Drum, according Rep. Elise Stefanik's office, as well as the Utica area on Monday to raise money for Rep. Claudia Tenney, according to Carl Paladino, who served as Trump's New York campaign co-chairman.

The White House has not released a schedule with specifics. 

In a statement released Tuesday afternoon, Stefanik said that Trump will visit with the men and women of the 10th Mountain Division and sign the National Defense Authorization Act.

"I am proud of the partnership with this Administration to begin rebuilding our military and the President’s visit is an important opportunity to highlight this achievement and to thank our men and women in uniform for their service," Stefanik said.

Afterward, Trump is expected to fly to Griffiss Airport to hold a fundraiser for Tenney, who is facing Assemblyman Anthony Brindisi in the 22nd Congressional District that covers the Mohawk Valley and Southern Tier.

As a candidate in 2016, Trump visited several cities throughout upstate New York, including Rome.

This will mark the Trump administration's third visit to CNY in as many months.

White House advisor Ivanka Trump stumped with Rep. John Katko and Tenney last month, visiting a Suit-Kote, a CNY-based manufacturer. Vice President Mike Pence also visited CNY -- in June -- alongside Katko.

It's the first presidential visit to Central New York since President Obama visited the area in 2013.