Florida Attorney General Pam Bondi will join President Trump’s drug commission next week.

Trump appointed Bondi, a longtime Trump supporter, to the Commission on Combating Drug Addiction and the Opioid Crisis in March, but has yet to join the commission.

 “The President always intended for the Attorney General to be on the Commission–however, Governor Christie choose [sic] to begin the Commission with only himself and four others. The announcement is protocol before the Executive Order is signed next week,” Bondi’s spokesperson, Whitney Ray, said in an email.

The commission is led by New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie.

In April, an ethics commission cleared Bondi after a $25,000 donation was made from Trump’s foundation to the attorney general. At the time, Bondi had received a complaint about Trump University for fraud allegations. Her office later dismissed the case.