cbsnews.com - 96 days ago
Trump's ambitious agenda abroad threatened by domestic scandals
President Donald Trump's first foreign trip will, which will take him to five countries in nine days, will unfold against the backdrop of a growing political scandal at home.
And while hopes of deals with the U.S. have world leaders hailing his arrival, foreign governments are unlikely to ignore growing concerns about Mr. Trump's credibility and judgment. Mr. Trump, an uneasy international traveler, has an ambitious schedule. He arrives in Saudi Arabia on Friday, where he'll spend two days in Riyadh. On Monday, he'll arrive in Israel on the first-ever flight from Riyadh to Tel Aviv to meet with Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu. He'll spend Tuesday in Jerusalem and meet with Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas in the West Bank. From there, Mr. Trump will head to Rome for a papal visit. He'll then stop in Brussels for the NATO summit.
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