Note: This story was updated at 7:15 a.m.
By the time Donald Trump lands at Marine Corps Air Station Miramar north of San Diego on Tuesday, he will have been President of the United States for 59 weeks and four days. That's the longest any president has gone without visiting the Golden State, outdistancing the previous record-holder, Franklin Roosevelt, who got here by train.
The visit comes one week after the Trump administration sued California over its sanctuary policies, just the latest in many political and legal skirmishes between Washington and California since Trump took office.
We know his first stop will be near the border with Mexico, where he's expected to view prototypes for the border wall he's promising to build, whether Mexico pays for it or not.
Then he's off to Los Angeles for a Beverly Hills fundraiser Wednesday to benefit the Republican Party. There have also been unconfirmed rumors that Trump will add a Thursday trip to Fresno with Rep. Devin Nunes.