The Associated Press reported that Trump will likely skip the game after returning home on Tuesday from a trip to Europe ending with his meeting with Russian President Vladimir Putin.

Tuesday’s game marks the fifth time it will have been held in Washington since 1937. The AP noted that several former presidents have attended the game when the nation’s capital hosted the event.

Former President Eisenhower skipped out on throwing the first pitch in 1956 as he was recovering from surgery, and Vice President Spiro Agnew filled in for former President Nixon in 1969, as Nixon had a trip planned, according to the AP.