President Donald Trump's daughter, Ivanka, will meet with Cabinet officials and department heads in the next two weeks to discuss a variety of issues, including the Paris climate accord, Politico reported.
The website dubbed her planned series of meetings: "Ivanka's Listening Tour."
She is scheduled to meet with EPA administrator Scott Pruitt on Monday and Tuesday to discuss whether the administration should pull out of the Paris climate treaty, Politico said.
And Axios reported the president is inclined to abandon the pact, but his daughter is determined that he hear all the facts before he makes a decision.
Alaska Republican Sen. Lisa Murkowski is scheduled to join them for the Tuesday meeting, according to Axios.
Axios noted Ivanka Trump serves as a senior White House adviser.
She is also scheduled to meet in the coming days with Health and Human Services Secretary Tom Price, Veterans Affairs Secretary David Shulkin and Labor Secretary Alexander Acosta to discuss workforce development.
A meeting with Small Business Administrator Linda McMahon is planned to discuss entrepreneurship, according to Politico.
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