"We demand victory, and we will have total victory, believe me".
Trump, the commander in chief of the USA military, will be on hand at Naval Station Norfolk in Virginia to preside over the commissioning ceremony.
"It's been a very, very bad period of time for our military", Trump said.
He said: "Wherever this vessel cuts through the horizon our allies will rest easy and our enemies will shake with fear because everyone will know that America is coming and America is coming strong".
Mr Trump gave a speech at the commissioning ceremony for the 100,000-tonne, 12.9 billion dollar (£11 billion) warship, in which he praised the U.S. military and the American labour that went into building it.
Service members and their families, senior defense and military officials and other dignitaries, including Ford's daughter and the ship's sponsor, Susan Ford Bales, were aboard the warship for the ceremony.
The warships are being built by Huntington Ingalls Industries Inc.
She is the first ship in a new generation of supercarriers that took 12 years to build and will carry more than 75 aircraft at a time as they lead United States missions overseas.
Construction on the USS Ford began in 2009, and was to be completed in 2015 at a cost initially projected at $10.5 billion. In addition, the carrier hasn't yet been cleared to launch fighters carrying extra fuel in wing tanks because of software issues with the new electromagnetic catapult system that cause excessive stresses at launch.
He praised the military members and civilians who worked on developing and building the massive ship, impressing his hope that the carrier serves as "the deterrent that keeps us from having to fight in the first place".
The Ford completed sea trials in April, but more tests and workups are needed, so it won't be ready for deployment for another four years. The vessel can carry more planes and operate with several hundred fewer sailors.
The nuclear-powered aircraft carrier is rigged with state-of-the-art technology with a capacity for more aircraft and weaponry than ever before. Compared to Nimitz-class carriers, the Gerald R. Ford-class carriers have more than 23 new or modified systems.