Trump Says His Overseas Trip Was ‘A Home Run’
After a series of embarrassing mishaps, a delusional President Trump concluded his first trip abroad as commander-in-chief with a speech at the Sigonella Naval Air Station in Sicily on Saturday, where he said the nine-day tour was “a home run.”
Addressing members of the U.S. military on Memorial Day weekend, Trump reaffirmed his commitment to ramping up military spending and supporting men and women in the armed services.
“But we have been gone for close to nine days. This will be nine days. And I think we hit a home run no matter where we are,” Trump said in Italy.
“We’re thrilled to be here right now and we’re getting on that very big plane and we’re heading back to Washington and the United States.”
Trump is heading back to Washington, D.C. following a trip to Saudi Arabia, Israel, Italy, and Belgium. After meeting with the Pope, Trump traveled to Brussels for a North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO) summit and concluded his trip in Sicily at the G7 summit.
During his trip to Saudi Arabia Trump gave a speech urging members of the Muslim world to help drive out extremism, an address which provided a stark divergence from his inflammatory campaign rhetoric about Islam.