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Trump to Visit Saudi Arabia, Israel, Palestinian Authority, and The Vatican

All three religions. Get it?

From the White House:

President Trump has accepted the invitation of King Salman bin Abd Al-Aziz, the Custodian of the Two Holy Mosques, to visit the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia later this month. The visit will reaffirm the strong partnership between the United States and Saudi Arabia and allow the leaders to discuss issues of strategic concern, including efforts to defeat terrorist groups and discredit radical ideologies.

President Trump has also accepted the invitation of President Reuven Rivlin and Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu to visit Israel, where he will further strengthen the United States-Israel partnership. The leaders will discuss a range of regional issues, including the need to counter the threats posed by Iran and its proxies, and by ISIS and other terrorist groups. They will also discuss ways to advance a genuine and lasting peace between the Israelis and Palestinians.

President Trump has also accepted the invitation of President Mahmoud Abbas of the Palestinian Authority to meet with him to discuss ways to advance peace between the Israelis and Palestinians, as well as efforts to unlock the potential of the Palestinian economy.

Traveling next to Italy, President Trump will meet with His Holiness Pope Francis at the Vatican to discuss cooperation between the United States and religious communities in areas of joint concern. He will also meet, in Rome, with President Mattarella of Italy, who will later host the G-7, to discuss multilateral cooperation and bilateral relations between the United States and Italy.

From Rome, the President will continue on to previously announced visits to Brussels for the NATO summit and meetings with EU and Belgian leaders, and to Sicily for the G7 meeting.

11 Responses to Trump to Visit Saudi Arabia, Israel, Palestinian Authority, and The Vatican

  1. Love Donald, but Saudi is the problem not the solution. The very people that are behind terrorism, and 911 get a visit.

    Drain the Saudi swamp…..surely Trump knows who did 911.

  2. There is hope that something good will come of this visit, other than ‘good will’.
    A cease-fire agreement would be a good step for both sides.

    It’s going to be hard going to convince the Arabs of anything when their constant message is that Jews are the ‘devil’ and all must be killed.

  3. Off topic – Obama officially endorses Le Pens Opponent .

    So its OK for Him to interfere in another countries election? As we listen to endless lies about Russia interfering in ours.

    What a Joke the MSM and Dems are!

  4. Like most, I have serious concerns about SA, our relationship, and their backing of terrorists. At the same time, they are a necessary evil for us.

    I think (hope) this will be a good trip for Trump. It should be — two potential problems PA and our leftist Pope. I hope he wins over people at the G7.

    Depends on which Donald shows up and what his objectives are.

  5. OT: watching the presser in the Rose Garden:
    President Trump knows how to make the Repubs happy – he gave them all the credit for passing the repeal bill, and then stepped away from the podium to allow them to step up and say a few words.
    Obama would have never done that!

    The word is that MrTrump and MrPence both spent hours on the phone trying to convince the holdouts to change their votes from nay to yay.
    Another move Obama never did.
    I’m so proud of MrTrump and hope this means that our country will finally be relieved of some of the Obama/Dem burdens.