President Donald Trump set off on an ambitious nine-day international trip Friday that takes him to the Middle East and Europe. Although he hoped to leave behind the political turmoil that began when he fired FBI Director James Comey, a new report raises more questions about Trump's motives for firing the FBI director. More from VOA National correspondent Jim Malone.
During President Donald Trump’s first overseas trip, he will meet in Brussels with the other leaders of NATO member states. Some of them are nervous about the president’s commitment to the defense alliance in which the United States has played a central role since NATO's formation at the start of the Cold War. VOA White House Bureau Chief Correspondent Steve Herman reports.