President Trump is participating in a ceremonial swearing-in ceremony Monday evening for Supreme Court Justice Brett Kavanaugh at the White House.

The East Room event is set for 7 p.m. ET.

The president stood firmly by Kavanaugh as his nominee faced multiple allegations of sexual misconduct in recent weeks. Kavanaugh denied the allegations, and following an FBI supplemental background check ordered by Trump, the Senate set up final votes at the end of last week.

Capping a contentious confirmation process, Kavanaugh was confirmed in a 50-48 vote, the slimmest margin in 137 years, on Saturday. He was officially sworn in later that day in a private ceremony.

In front of a room full of reporters, television cameras, and Republican lawmakers, the president will stand next to Kavanaugh and present him to the nation as one of the crowning achievements of his first two years in office.

Trump did not give the same treatment to Justice Neil Gorsuch, whose confirmation process was far less controversial. The president swore Gorsuch in at a morning ceremony in the Rose Garden.