As the 2024 presidential election draws close, former President Donald Trump is yet to pick a running mate. However, some of Trump’s possible running mate picks will attend a donor retreat in Florida this weekend.

The former president is scheduled to spend Thursday and Friday in court in lower Manhattan, where his hush money trial is ongoing.

After that, Trump will return home to Florida, where he will headline the Republican National Committee’s (RNC) spring donor retreat.

According to CNBC, the annual weekend at Trump’s Mar-a-Lago club in Florida traditionally brings together major donors and GOP heavyweights. However, this year, the list of special guests expected includes Trump’s shortlisted potential vice presidential picks.

Among those shortlisted include Sen. Tim Scott of South Carolina (R), Sen. JD Vance of Ohio (R), Sen. Marco Rubio of Florida (R), Gov. Doug Burgum of North Dakota (R) and Gov. Kristi Noem of South Dakota (R).

The list also includes two of Trump’s top supporters, Rep. Elise Stefanik of New York (R) and Rep. Byron Donalds of Florida (R) will also be there, as well as entrepreneur and former 2024 presidential candidate Vivek Ramaswamy (R).

All the shortlisted candidates are reportedly under consideration as potential vice presidential candidates on Trump’s presumptive ticket.

However, the former president revealed in a statement on Wednesday that he doesn’t plan to unveil his choice until closer to the Republican National Convention, which begins July 15 in Milwaukee.

“We’ll be making that decision, I think, closer to Wisconsin time, if you want to know the truth,” Trump said. “It’s very early right now.”

Also attending the gathering are the new leaders of the RNC, Michael Whatley and the former president’s daughter-in-law, Lara Trump.

House Speaker Rep. Mike Johnson (R-LA), as well as other top GOP Senate candidates, is also one of the attendees.

According to Trump campaign senior adviser Brian Hughes, the gathering is an opportunity for the most dynamic leaders to demonstrate the winning messages to end Biden’s weak and failed presidency.

“Those who financially support President Trump and the America First agenda will see that they are helping save our nation with victory in November,” Hughes said.

After the weekend in Florida, the former president is expected back in the New York courtroom Monday morning, where his trial will resume.