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Donald Trump lands in Saudi Arabia for 'big foreign trip'

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Donald Trump lands in Saudi Arabia for 'big foreign trip'Trump flew to the Saudi capital Riyadh overnight on Air Force One - becoming the only president to make Saudi Arabia, or any majority Muslim country, his first stop abroad as president.
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As Trump lands in Saudi Arabia on Saturday, he appears to be looking to reset relations with the Muslim world. It is his first stop abroad as President in the country that is home to the two holiest Muslim sites. His top aides have described the trip as an overtly symbolic gesture. On Sunday, he will...

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