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29 May 2017, 09:05 | Floyd Cook
No woman in Saudi Arabia is empowered enough to show that much leg in public
US President Donald Trump has spent the last week working and negotiating with foreign leaders.
"You are protecting us, and we will always remember that, and we will always, always protect you", Trump, who returned to Washington DC at 9 p.m. Saturday, said.
Trump drilled in on every stop he made during the week on a trip that took him from Saudi Arabia to Israel and the West Bank, the Vatican, Brussels and, finally, Italy.
White House economic adviser Gary Cohn says statements issued after summits like the G-7 are always a "give and take".
Trump told USA military personnel in an address at Naval Air Station Sigonella in Sicily that "you are protecting us and we will always remember that".
"I am so proud of the future you are going to have", he said.
Despite the media's efforts to paint a strained or even no-existent relationship between President Donald Trump and his wife, the couple's affection for one another was noted in the Mail article.
This is not the first time for Trump to take a golf cart on a foreign trip; he and first lady Melania rode a golf cart along with King Salman bin Abdulaziz Al Saud through the entrance of the National Museum during his trip to Saudi Arabia.
The president vowed to provide troops with new equipment and vehicles, and touted his budget proposal - which calls for a $54 billion increase in defense spending for the next fiscal year - as an indication of his commitment to the military.
Earlier in the day, Trump tweeted he will be making a final decision on the climate pact- formally known as the Paris accord next week.
At the unveiling of a memorial at North Atlantic Treaty Organisation headquarters to the victims of the September 11, 2001 terrorist attacks in NY and Washington, Trump used the occasion to scorch America's military allies for failing to spend as much on defense in recent years as Trump would have wanted.
The president tweeted Saturday, "I will make my final decision on the Paris Accord next week!"
Russian Federation has continued to support the Syrian regime of Bashar al-Assad, separatist rebels in Eastern Ukraine, and in recent months alone it has brazenly interfered in USA and French presidential elections.
President Donald Trump is kicking off the final day of his first trip overseas with a meeting with Group of Seven and African nation leaders.
The trip has gone off without a major misstep, with the administration touting the president's efforts to create a new coalition to fight terrorism while admonishing partners in an old alliance to pay their fair share. Two of those six leaders are members of the "Five Eyes" intelligence-sharing agreement with the United States.
The G-7 includes the U.S., Canada, France, Germany, Italy, Japan, and the United Kingdom.
As a newly appointed special counsel is beginning to investigate links between the Trump campaign and Russian officials, Kushner has become a focus of the probe.
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