Kenya is the third highest recipient of US security aid in sub-Saharan Africa, according to the Security Assistance Monitor.
Mr Trump and Mr Kenyatta will have "an expanded bilateral meeting" set to last 45 minutes- from 2:15 pm to 3 pm, the White House announced.
Despite Trump's personal background and style, these religious leaders are mostly on the President's side.
Monday night, though, Trump and Kenyatta released a joint statement resolving to elevate the U.S-Kenya relationship to a "Strategic Partnership, affirming it as a cornerstone of peace, stability and good governance in Africa and the Indian Ocean region".
Uhuru said a strong partnership between Kenya and the U.S. was essential in achieving his Big Four development agenda in manufacturing, universal healthcare, affordable housing and food security.
"We had a warm meeting and I am pleased with the deliberations". Twiga Foods secured a $5 million financing deal to enable it to expand its produce distribution business and improve food security in Kenya.
He added: "With so many opportunities open to us and given our long and well-established relationship, the time is ripe to make a change in our business engagement".
"By addressing some of the country's most pressing development needs from power to transportation infrastructure, these projects will be hugely impactful engines of economic growth and regional stability throughout Kenya", said Ray Washburne, President and Chief Executive Officer of Opic.
The United States was Kenya's third-largest export partner a year ago, mainly exporting tea, coffee, and apparel, while Kenya wasn't even in the United States' top 15 for exports.
"We'll bring that over to Kenya", Trump joked.
"But now they are, and you can see from the number of Companies that have set up base in Nairobi and we want more to do so", he stated, but warned that the president will not meet Kenyans living in the USA due to his tight schedule.
Uhuru was accompanied by First Lady Margaret Kenyatta as well as Cabinet secretaries Monica Juma (Foreign Affairs) and Henry Rotich (National Treasury) among other senior Government officials.