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Here are the 6 best memes from Trump's first trip abroad

President Trump made lots of headlines in his first international trip as president. He also inspired lots of memes. From the mysterious orb in Saudi Arabia to the NATO "shove" seen around the world, here's a look at some of the ways people online reacted to some memorable moments of the trip. Follow Tech Insider: On Facebook Join the conversation about this story »

How Saudi Arabia Played Donald Trump

Fareed Zakaria: This week's bombing in Manchester, England, was another gruesome reminder that the threat from radical Islamist terrorism is ongoing. And President Trump's journey to the Middle East illustrated yet again how the country central to the spread of this terrorism, Saudi Arabia, has managed to evade and deflect any responsibility for it. Show More Summary

20 Fantastic International Resistance Signs from Trump's First Foreign Trip as President

The whole world is watching with a mixture of horror and disgust. Trump's first foreign trip, which began Saturday in Saudi Arabia, was also attended by Commerce Secretary Wilbur Ross, who shared a curious observation about their Saudi excursion upon his return to the U.S. Show More Summary

Pelosi UPSET That Trump Started Visits In Saudi Arabia Because “It’s Not In Alphabetical Order”

House Minority leader Nancy Pelosi asked some questions Thursday about President Donald Trump’s recent trip to the Middle East, and felt she needed to question and pick apart everything to

Observations: the QandO Podcast for 26 May 17

Trump went to Saudi Arabia, and told Middle Eastern leaders to drive out terrorists. We’ll see how that works. He also fondled the Palantir with Saruman. Then he went to Europe and a NATO conference where he shoved around the Prime Minister of Montenegro or something, then called the other NATO members freeloaders. Which, essentially, […]

Pelosi Concerned POTUS' Trip Wasn't Alphabetized: "I Mean, Saudi Arabia. It Wasn't Even Alphabetical"

Over the years, Nancy Pelosi has garnered somewhat of a reputation for saying things that don't seem to make a whole lot of sense. As most will recall, the pinnacle of her illogical ramblings seemingly came in March 2010 when she argued...Show More Summary

Trump: Overseas Trip Has Saved "Millions of Jobs"

Donald Trump claims that his world trip this week has saved millions of jobs. Millions! A White House official said Trump was not talking just about the Saudi deals but “benefits to trade from the entire trip from Saudi Arabia to the G7.” He noted that “any improvement on trade would save many jobs. Show More Summary

A look at the world’s new tool to combat extremism

TERROR: On Sunday, the Global Center for Combating Extremist Ideology opened in Saudi Arabia. On Monday, a terrorist attack occurred in Manchester, England. These events have the Islamic world on edge as the fasting month of Ramadan begins. THE GLOBAL CENTER The mission The center’s mission statement says it will actively and proactively combat, expose […]

Weekend Roundup: Trump’s Siding With Saudi Arabia Against Iran Deepens The Mideast Divide

In a speech in Riyadh ostensibly billed as seeking to unite the Muslim world against terrorism, U.S. President Donald Trump instead further inflamed the Shia-Sunni schism in the region by signaling America’s embrace of the Saudi anti-Iran vision for the Middle East. Show More Summary

Terrorism, Manchester and the west’s foreign policy | Letters

David Lowry and John Cummings question the UK’s sales of arm to Saudi Arabia, Randhir Singh Bains claims radical Islamism predates the ‘west’s war on terror’ and Peter McKenna examines the implications of the west’s role in the overthrow...Show More Summary

Trump meeting with G-7 leaders after going on offensive

TAORMINA, Italy --; In the Middle East, President Donald Trump was feted with pageantry, the leaders of Saudi Arabia and Israel seemingly in competition to outdo the other with the warmth of their welcomes and the depth of their pledges of cooperation.

Ramadan: Saudi Arabia declares Saturday first day

Ramadan Mubarak! Saudi Arabia officially declares May 27 as the first day of Ramadan. India, Bangladesh start on Sunday.

Hip-hop radio host recalls when ‘future dckhead president’ Trump was on his show with drug dealers

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In the past week, President Donald Trump has met with the Pope and the king of Saudi Arabia, but it’s a more-unlikely meeting from a decade ago that’s made headlines among hip-hop fans. In a rare interview with the popular hip-hop website Mass Appeal, DJ Whoo Kid, the producer behind...

Trump talks tough to NATO but bows hypocritically to Saudi Arabia

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His first trip abroad was revealing and not in a good way.        

Some Saudi-US History

Some Saudi-US History Given Donald Trump’s new commitment to support military adventurism by Saudi Arabia in Yemen and more generally against Iran, it might be worth reconsidering how this alliance developed. The beginning for Saudi Arabia was in 1744 when a wandering radical cleric, Mohammed bin Abdel-Wahhab met up with a local chieftain, Mohammed bin […]

Trump’s move to isolate Iran could further strain Sunni-Shiite relations in Mideast

While President Donald Trump’s recent visit to Saudi Arabia preached partnership with Muslim leaders to end terrorism, critics say his alignment with one side of the Middle East’s sectarian divide … Click to Continue »

Morning Agenda: Blackstone’s Infrastructure Bet

The firm is sprinting ahead with plans backed by a cornerstone investment from Saudi Arabia, but there are still plenty of hurdles.

Pope 'terrific', Saudi 'spectacular': Trump waxes lyrical on foreign tour

Donald Trump thinks Pope Francis is "terrific" and found his "spectacular" royal welcome in Saudi Arabia "beyond anything anyone's ever seen". Regaling EU officials in Brussels with his impressions so far of his first foreign tour, the U.S. Show More Summary

Facing anxious European leaders, Trump goes on offensive

President Donald Trump has faced a much cooler reception in Europe than the welcome he received in the Middle East. The leaders of Saudi Arabia and Israel seemed in competition … Click to Continue »

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