Trump to host Muslims at White House for Ramadan, according to report

WASHINGTON, D.C. (Fox 32 News) - President Donald Trump will reportedly host Muslims for dinner at the White House on Wednesday.

Politico is reporting that Trump will host an "iftar" dinner, which marks the end of a day's fast. During Ramadan, Muslims fast from early morning until sunset.

Presidents Bill Clinton, George W. Bush and Barack Obama all hosted Ramadan dinners.