President Donald Trump landed in Saudi Arabia Saturday morning for his first stop abroad since taking office, a visit meant to bolster partnerships abroad that aides hope can reset a scandal-pocked narrative back home.
It will be one of the most watched trips, especially because of some of his controversial speeches regarding the Muslims during the campaigns of 2016.
Trump’s stop in an enthusiastic Saudi capital is the first in an eight-day, five-country swing across the Middle East and Europe. The complex itinerary will bring Trump to the capitals of three great world religions and introduce him to the sometimes-grueling pace of presidential foreign travel.
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