Here's our look at the Trump administration and the rest of Washington:
- President Trump wraps up his two-day visit to Israel and heads to the Vatican
- Palestinians are underwhelmed by Trump's visit to the West Bank
- Trump's first budget relies on rosy forecasts and trillions of dollars in cuts for domestic spending
- President condemns "evil losers" in Manchester, England, bombing
President Trump has arrived in Saudi Arabia’s capital to begin an eight-day foreign tour that will test the new administration’s capacity to manage complex international diplomacy and a growing political crisis at home.
Air Force One touched down at Riyadh’s King Khalid International Airport just before 10 a.m. local time, delivering the Republican who has angered Muslims around the world with his proposed travel ban to the nation that houses Islam’s most holy sites.
Saudi’s royal family is offering an elaborate welcome to a new U.S. president for whom they have great hopes of resetting a bilateral relationship that became increasingly strained during the Obama administration over its pursuit of a nuclear agreement with rival Iran.