President Trump returns to Washington from first overseas trip
(CNN) — President Donald Trump is back at the White House after his first overseas trip.
Air Force One landed shortly after 9 p.m. ET Saturday at Joint Base Andrews outside Washington, and he and first lady Melania Trump left the base by helicopter for the White House.
The nine-day trip took him to Saudi Arabia, Israel, the Palestinian territories, the Vatican, Belgium and Italy, meeting with world leaders.