washington - Donald Trump will make his first foreign trip as American president later this month. He visits the Politico news site, relying on two sources in the White House, including the Vatican, Israel and Saudi Arabia. The Trumps tour also has a few other stops. On May 25, the former real estate agency was present at the NATO consultation in Brussels. One day later he attended the G7 summit in Sicily.
The first foreign trip is a typical milestone for a new president. There is a lot at stake for the White House staff, who must try to strengthen overseas alliances. Trump recently informed a press conference with Italian Prime Minister Paolo Gentiloni that he would like to meet the Pope. Last week, Israeli government officials confirmed that there were talks with the White House about a visit to Jerusalem.