>> Signing to agree to an $110 billion arms deal, during what President Donald Trump called a tremendous first day in Saudi Arabia. The deal a central achievement on the first day of his journey through the Middle East and Europe.>> That terrorism>> On Sunday Trump delivering a speech on the need to confront radical ideology.
>> With God's help, this summit will mark the beginning of the end for those who practice terror and spread its vile creed.>> This after his attempted travel ban on the Muslim majority countries.>> No white supremacy.>> Trump also meeting with the leaders of the six nation Gulf Cooperation Council.
Eating lunch with leaders of more than 50 Muslim countries and even joining in with traditional sword dancing with his hosts. It's his first trip abroad since taking office. But his antics here have failed to shift attention from political turmoil in Washington. The repercussions over his decision to fire FBI Director James Comey and the appointment of a special council to investigate Trump's election campaign ties to Russia raising suspicions over whether Trump was trying to quash a probe into potential Russian connections.
These headlines at home casting a long shadow over his trip. His next stop this week is Israel, followed by Europe for the NATO Summit in Brussels, and G7 meeting in Sicily.