The President’s first foreign trip has been fraught with controversy and turmoil.
While the President has made a few concessions to critics, his trip has also sparked controversy, with some criticizing the trip for not being a fully vetted effort to address international crises.
In the past, the President hasn’t been able to avoid controversy.
He’s been unable to visit the Middle East, the Caribbean, or Asia.
He can’t do much in Europe, as he is still a candidate.
His first overseas trip, in July 2017, was marked by protests, violence, and a violent backlash against him.
On Wednesday, the Trump administration said it had “no regrets” for its response to the unrest in Turkey, where protesters have blocked roads and torched cars, and has condemned the violence as a “flagrant violation of democratic values.”
The President has also said that Turkey is an example of a country that he considers weak.
On Thursday, Trump spoke with Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan at the White House.
“There was no reason to make a mistake,” the President said.
The President also met with leaders of the Palestinian Authority, the Lebanese militant group Hezbollah, and Egypt’s military.
In addition to the meeting, Trump and Erdogan held talks about trade and climate change, and the President also discussed the North Atlantic Treaty Organization and North Korea.