Trump Visits the Wailing Wall During His First Tour Overseas as President

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President Trump wore a yarmulke as he inserted a prayer in the Wailing Wall in Jerusalem Monday.

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Trump is the first sitting U.S. president to visit the holiest site in the Jewish faith. He was accompanied by the first lady, his daughter Ivanka, and his son-in-law, Jared Kushner.

Trump’s trip to Jerusalem came after he spent the weekend in Saudi Arabia.

While Trump was in the Middle Eastern nation, he pledged to sell $110 billion in weapons to the country.

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Social media lit up when a photo showed Trump, the Saudi king and Egyptian president with their hands on a glowing orb.

Trump will then visit Vatican City on Wednesday to meet with Pope Francis, who has openly criticized the billionaire’s rhetoric and immigration plans.

He caps off his first overseas trip with visits to Rome, Brussels, Belgium, and Sicily. 

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