The New Yorker covers Trump’s first meeting with a foreign leader

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Trump has already visited Vietnam in February.

Trump will meet with President Sisi of Egypt, who is in charge of counterterrorism operations in the Sinai Peninsula.

Trump also is scheduled on Tuesday to speak with King Salman of Saudi Arabia, according to the White White House.

He will be joined by Vice President Mike Pence and Vice President-elect Mike Pence.

“The president is going to meet the leaders of the countries who have made such great contributions to our security, and to our ability to fight terrorism, in particular in our Middle East and Africa region,” White House Press Secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders told reporters at the White Capitol in Washington.

“We’re also going to discuss our shared goals to defeat the scourge of terrorism and to bring stability to the region.”

In addition to meeting with the leaders, Trump will meet privately with Chinese President Xi Jinping on Tuesday.

“China and the United States have agreed to strengthen our cooperation and strengthen our partnership, particularly on counterterrorism and on fighting terrorism,” Sanders said.

The President has yet to announce his first foreign trip.

He has been touring the Middle East in recent weeks and has said he is considering his next trip.

The White House said Trump’s trip will be the first of its kind.

“This trip will mark a historic moment for America,” Sanders told ABC News.

“The first visit to China by a sitting president, and one that will be attended by a very diverse group of world leaders.”

Sanders also said that the president will meet Chinese President Hu Jintao at the start of the trip.

The two leaders will also meet on Tuesday with President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad of Iran.

Trump also met with the head of the United Kingdom’s National Security Council, Keith Vaz.

The visit is the first by a president to a country outside the United State since Donald Trump was elected in November.

Trump has had a busy week since he became president.

On Thursday, he met with a range of world heads of state, including Russian President Vladimir Putin, Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi, and French President Emmanuel Macron.

On Friday, he attended a NATO meeting in Brussels.

Trump later met with leaders of Saudi Arabian, Egyptian, Turkish, Indian, and Japanese governments.

On Saturday, he visited the United Nation General Assembly, where he delivered a speech outlining his vision for U.S. foreign policy, according the White Senate.

Trump on Tuesday also met for an hour with leaders in Poland and the Netherlands.

The president also will be at the summit with the Japanese prime minister, Shinzo Abe.

Trump is also scheduled to visit the Vatican next week, but has yet a finalized itinerary.