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Trump Remains a NATO Skeptic - The Atlantic

Presidential trips are hard to assess. George H.W. Bush threw up on the Japanese prime minister; he was sick. Bill Clinton went to China without going to Japan, a big no-no. Someone threw a shoe at George W Bush; he ducked. President Barack Obama ...and more »

Alternately charming and boorish, Trump plays the role of a lifetime overseas - Washington Post

TAORMINA, Italy — Little matters more to Donald Trump, the brander-turned-American president, than imagery. Trump staffed his government out of central casting, and this past week it was time for him to audition for his role: leader of the free world.and more »

The top awkward body language moments from Trump's first trip abroad - ABC News

With the world's spotlight fixed on President Trump during his first trip abroad, every handshake, thumbs-up, smile, and shove has been analyzed by viewers around the world. And at times, Trump's body language has seemed painfully awkward. For his part ...and more »

Trump doesn't say much on his trip abroad, but his body language speaks volumes - Globalnews.ca

President Donald Trump criticized leaders during the opening of a new NATO headquarters in Brussels on Thursday, saying the U.S. has spent more on defence than all other partner nations combined.and more »

Donald Trump's Mannerism At NATO Summit: Arrogant, Aggressive, And Undiplomatic Say Body Language Experts - The Inquisitr

Donald Trump's first international trip as President of United States had its fair share of ups and downs. There were several standout moments which made the headlines, especially his awkward mannerism at the NATO summit. Even though he did not do a ...and more »

No Coincidence: Why Obama Visited Merkel Hours Before Trump Joining NATO Summit - Sputnik International

On Thursday, the leaders of NATO member countries met for the first time with President Trump at the NATO summit in Brussels. On the same day, ahead of her trip to Brussels, Angela Merkel met with former US president Barack Obama in Berlin.and more »

News Analysis: President Trump's Debut Abroad Packs Unconventional Twists - RadioFreeEurope/RadioLiberty

Most U.S. presidents have made their first trip abroad to nearby destinations like Canada or Mexico. But if there's one thing Donald Trump has proven over his first four months in office, it's that he's no conventional president. Instead of dipping his ...and more »