Hillary Clinton is slated to receive her first classified national security briefing as a presidential nominee this Saturday.
The briefing will be held at the FBI’s White Plains, New York office by career members from the Office of the Director of National Intelligence. She cannot bring any advisers to the meeting, according to ABC News.
The news, first reported by NPR, comes after Donald Trump had his first security briefing earlier this month at the FBI bureau in New York City. He reportedly had New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie and retired Army Lt. Michael Flynn in tow.
As was the case with Trump’s briefing, the topics covered in Clinton’s meeting are expected to include emerging threats both at home and abroad.