Former President Donald Trump returned to New York City in his first since leaving the office earlier this year, the New York Post reported.

Trump was spotted sitting in the backseat of a black SUV en route to Trump Tower on Sunday night, March 7.

Upon his arrival, the former president waved to a supporter who was across the street.

The New York Daily News cited sources reporting that Trump will stay in Manhattan until Tuesday.

The former president’s spokesman, Jason Miller, did not disclose the purpose of the visit.

Trump used to live in New York but he decided to switch his residency to his Mar-a-Lago resort in Florida in 2019.