Katie Craft, a Trump administration official, says the new president and her team are looking for ways to celebrate Thanksgiving.
Crafts, who is in charge of the turkey program for the Department of Agriculture, says she’s hoping for a good, fresh turkey dinner and a turkey walk.
Craft said she’s eager to share a turkey with Trump, who she met at the White House last week.
Craft told the AP on Wednesday that the administration is open to the idea of a turkey tour.
“I know the president is a huge turkey fan and I’m a huge fan of his, so we’re certainly open to looking at ways to honor him and his family and his turkey experience,” she said.
Craft declined to be interviewed by the AP.
Craft also said that she’s looking forward to celebrating Thanksgiving with the president and his staff, saying that the tradition of making turkey soup and stuffing is part of the tradition.
The Associated Press contributed to this report.