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Donald Trump leaves US as first perilous foreign trip gets under way

SBS Friday, 19 May 2017
Donald Trump begins his first foreign trip with a busy schedule of six stops in eight days, and meetings with Saudi King Salman, Pope Francis and France's new leader Emmanuel Macron.
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President Donald Trump is set to have an off-the-record lunch this week. According to a pair of sources familiar of the plans, the president will meet with some of the nation's top network anchors. The lunch is expected to address Trump's upcoming foreign trip. However, reports throughout the week...

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