List of international presidential trips made by Donald Trump

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Map of international trips made by Donald Trump as President:
  One visit
  Two visits
  United States

This is a list of international presidential trips made by Donald Trump, the 45th President of the United States. Donald Trump has made six foreign trips to 17 countries (in addition to visiting the West Bank) since he assumed the office of presidency on January 20, 2017. The number of visits per country where he travelled are:

In March 2017, Trump vowed to limit his foreign travels in order to focus on domestic issues.[1]


President Trump made four international trips during 2017:

  • May 20–27: His first trip took him to Saudi Arabia, Israel, the West Bank, Italy (twice), the Vatican, and Belgium.
  • July 5–8: His second trip took him to Poland and Germany.
  • July 13–14: His third trip took him to France.
  • November 5–14: His fourth trip took him to Japan, South Korea, China, Vietnam, and the Philippines.

Details about his visits to individual countries may be found in the following table.

Country Locations Dates Details
 Saudi Arabia Riyadh May 20–22 President Trump met with King Salman and Muslim leaders at the Riyadh Summit.[2] He signed a $110 billion arms deal with Saudi Arabia, the largest in world history,[3] and was honored with the Collar of Abdulaziz Al Saud, his first foreign order.[4] President Trump, along with First Lady Melania Trump, visited the National Museum of Saudi Arabia.[5]
 Israel Jerusalem May 22–23 President Trump met with President Reuven Rivlin and Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu.[2] He was the first sitting U.S. President to visit the Western Wall and Church of the Holy Sepulchre.[6] The next day, the President visited the Yad Vashem and later delivers an address at the Israel Museum.[7]
 Palestinian National Authority Bethlehem May 23 President Trump met with Palestinian National Authority President Mahmoud Abbas in Bethlehem.[8]
 Italy Rome May 23–24 President Trump met with President Sergio Mattarella at Quirinal Palace and Prime Minister Paolo Gentiloni at Villa Taverna.[9]
Vatican City Vatican City Vatican City May 24 President Trump met with Pope Francis at Apostolic Palace.[2][10]
 Belgium Brussels May 24–25 President Trump met with King Philippe of Belgium, Prime Minister Charles Michel and attended the 28th NATO summit.[11][12] He also met with newly elected French President Emmanuel Macron.[13]
 Italy Taormina May 25–27 President Trump attended the 43rd G7 summit. He also held a bilateral meeting with Japanese Prime Minister Shinzō Abe.
 Poland Warsaw July 5–6 President Trump arrived in Warsaw for bilateral meetings and the 2017 Three Seas summit.[14] He also meet with the Polish President Andrzej Duda[15] and Croatian President Kolinda Grabar-Kitarovic.[16] He also gave a speech in front of the Warsaw Uprising Monument in Warsaw's Krasiński Square to honor victims of the past Nazi occupation and Communist domination in Poland.[17] In the speech, the President also addressed international problems and the importance of U.S. international alliances.[17]
 Germany Hamburg July 6–8 President Trump and his daughter Ivanka Trump spoke at the 2017 G20 Hamburg summit.[18] He also held bilateral meetings with German Chancellor Angela Merkel, Mexican President Enrique Pena Nieto, Indonesian President Joko Widodo, Russian President Vladimir Putin, Chinese President Xi Jinping, Japanese Prime Minister Shinzō Abe and British Prime Minister Theresa May.[19][20][21]
 France Paris July 13–14 President Trump and the First Lady arrived in Orly Airport on July 13. The same day Trump visited the U.S. Embassy to attend a ceremony honoring American World War II veterans,[22] toured Les Invalides with French President Emmanuel Macron,[22] engaged in a bilateral meeting with Macron at Élysée Palace and held press conference with the French President afterwards.[22] The two leaders, along with their spouses and private guests,[22] later had dinner at the Le Jules Verne restaurant on the second level of the Eiffel Tower and their meal was prepared by Alain Ducasse.[22] On July 14, Trump attended the Bastille Day Military Parade.[23]
 Japan Tokyo November 5–7 President Trump arrived in Tokyo to meet with Prime Minister Shinzō Abe and Emperor Akihito.
 South Korea Seoul November 7–8 State visit. President Trump arrived in Seoul to meet with President Moon Jae-in, and addressed the National Assembly. He also met with troops from the Eighth United States Army at Camp Humphreys.[24]
 China Beijing November 8–10 State visit.[25] President Trump arrived in Beijing to meet with President Xi Jinping and Premier Li Keqiang.
 Vietnam Đà Nẵng,
Hà Nội
November 10–12 President Trump attended the APEC Vietnam 2017 in Đà Nẵng. He visited Hà Nội for a state visit.[26][27]
 Philippines Manila,
November 12–14 President Trump attended the 31st ASEAN Summit, but skipped the Twelfth East Asia Summit. He met with President Rodrigo Duterte in Pasay.[28]


So far, President Trump made two international trips during 2018:

  • January 25–26: His first trip took him to Switzerland.
  • June 8–12: His second trip took him to Canada and Singapore.

Details about his visits to individual countries may be found in the following table.

Country Locations Dates Details
  Switzerland Davos January 25–26 President Trump landed in Zürich Airport. From there he flew by helicopter to Davos and stayed at the InterContinental Davos. He attended the World Economic Forum,[29] where he spoke on January 26. He also held bilateral meetings with British Prime Minister Theresa May and Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu.
 Canada La Malbaie June 8–9 President Trump landed at CFB Bagotville to attend the 44th G7 summit. From there he flew by helicopter to La Malbaie. He also held bilateral meetings with Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau and French President Emmanuel Macron.
 Singapore Central Area,
Sentosa Island
June 10–12 President Trump landed at Paya Lebar Air Base. He had bilateral discussions with Prime Minister Lee Hsien Loong. He attended the North Korea–United States summit with North Korean Leader Kim Jong-un.[30]

Future trips

The following international trips are scheduled to be made by Donald Trump during 2018.

Country Locations Dates Details
 Belgium Brussels July 11–12, 2018 President Trump is scheduled to attend 29th NATO summit in Brussels.
 United Kingdom London July 13, 2018 President Trump is scheduled to hold a bilateral meeting with Prime Minister Theresa May.[31]
 France Paris November 11, 2018 President Trump has been invited by President Macron to attend to Armistice Day celebrations in France.[32]
 Papua New Guinea Port Moresby November 18, 2018 President Trump is scheduled to attend the APEC Papua New Guinea 2018. He will be the first U.S. President to visit the country.
 Singapore Central Area November 2018 President Trump accepted President Halimah Yacob's invitation to make a State Visit to Singapore in November 2018, in conjunction with the 6th ASEAN-US Summit and 13th East Asia Summit.[33]
 Argentina Buenos Aires November 30–December 1, 2018 President Trump is scheduled to attend the 2018 G20 Buenos Aires summit.

*During the trip of multilateral meetings, President Trump may also visit other countries.

Multilateral meetings

Donald Trump is scheduled to attend the following summits as U.S. President.

Group Year
2017 2018 2019 2020
APEC November 10–11,
Vietnam Đà Nẵng
November 18
Papua New Guinea Port Moresby
November 13–14,
Philippines Pasay
G7 May 26–27,
Italy Taormina
June 8–9,
Canada La Malbaie
France Biarritz
 United States
G20 July 7–8,
Germany Hamburg
November 30 – December 1,
Argentina Buenos Aires
Japan Osaka
Saudi Arabia Riyadh
NATO May 25,
Belgium Brussels
July 11–12,
Belgium Brussels
France Strasbourg
Germany Kehl
██ = Future event ██ = Did not attend


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