List of international presidential trips made by Donald Trump

Donald Trump, the 45th president of the United States, has made 19 international trips to 24 countries (and also the West Bank) since he assumed the presidency on January 20, 2017.

SummaryEdit

The number of visits per country where he traveled are:

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

2017Edit

 
President Trump visits the Western Wall in the Old City of Jerusalem, May 22, 2017
Dates Country Locations Details
1 May 20–22, 2017   Saudi Arabia Riyadh Met with King Salman and Muslim leaders at the Riyadh Summit.[1] Signed a $110 billion arms deal with Saudi Arabia,[2] and was honored with the Collar of Abdulaziz Al Saud, his first foreign order.[3] Visited, along with First Lady Melania Trump, the National Museum of Saudi Arabia.[4]
May 22–23, 2017   Israel Jerusalem Met with President Reuven Rivlin and Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu.[1] Visited the Western Wall and the Church of the Holy Sepulchre, the first sitting U.S. president to do so.[5] Visited the Yad Vashem and delivered an address at the Israel Museum.[6]
May 23, 2017   State of Palestine (West Bank) Bethlehem Met with Palestinian president Mahmoud Abbas.[7]
May 23–24, 2017   Italy Rome Met with President Sergio Mattarella and Prime Minister Paolo Gentiloni.[8]
May 24, 2017    Vatican City Vatican City Met with Pope Francis.[1][9]
May 24–25, 2017   Belgium Brussels Met with King Philippe and Prime Minister Charles Michel. Attended the 28th NATO summit and the U.S.-EU Summit Meeting, where he also met with French president Emmanuel Macron.[10][11][12]
May 25–27, 2017   Italy Taormina Attended the 43rd G7 summit. Also held a bilateral meeting with Japanese prime minister Shinzō Abe.
2 July 5–6, 2017   Poland Warsaw Met with President Andrzej Duda and Croatian president Kolinda Grabar-Kitarovic.[13][14] Attended the 2nd summit of the Three Seas Initiative.[15] 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.[16]
July 6–8, 2017   Germany Hamburg Attended the G-20 summit.[17] Also held bilateral meetings with British prime minister Theresa May, Chinese president Xi Jinping, German chancellor Angela Merkel, Indonesian president Joko Widodo, Japanese prime minister Shinzō Abe, Mexican president Enrique Pena Nieto, Russian president Vladimir Putin and Singaporean prime minister Lee Hsien Loong.[18][19][20]
3 July 13–14, 2017   France Paris Met with President Emmanuel Macron.[21] Participated in the Bastille Day celebrations marking the 100th anniversary of the entry of the United States into World War I.[22]
4 November 5–7, 2017   Japan Kawagoe,
Tokyo
Met with Emperor Akihito and Prime Minister Shinzō Abe.
November 7–8, 2017   South Korea Osan,
Seoul
State visit. Met with South Korean president Moon Jae-in, and addressed the South Korean National Assembly. Also met with troops from the Eighth United States Army at Camp Humphreys.[23]
November 8–10, 2017   China Beijing State visit.[24] President Trump arrived in Beijing to meet with General Secretary and President Xi Jinping and Premier Li Keqiang.
November 10–12, 2017   Vietnam Đà Nẵng,
Hà Nội
State visit. Met with President Trần Đại Quang, Prime Minister Nguyễn Xuân Phúc and Communist Party general secretary Nguyễn Phú Trọng. Attended the APEC Vietnam 2017.[25][26]
November 12–14, 2017   Philippines Manila,
Pasay
Attended the 31st ASEAN Summit. Met with President Rodrigo Duterte.[27]

2018Edit

 
President Trump and British Queen Elizabeth II inspect a Guard of Honour from the Coldstream Guards at Windsor Castle, Windsor, England, July 13, 2018
Dates Country Locations Details
5 January 25–26, 2018    Switzerland Davos Attended the World Economic Forum;[28][29] also held bilateral meetings with British prime minister Theresa May and Israeli prime minister Benjamin Netanyahu.
6 June 8–9, 2018   Canada La Malbaie Attended the 44th G7 summit at the Fairmont Le Manoir Richelieu in La Malbaie. Also held bilateral meetings with Canadian prime minister Justin Trudeau and French president Emmanuel Macron.
June 10–12, 2018   Singapore Central Area,
Sentosa Island
Attended a summit meeting with North Korean chairman Kim Jong-un, becoming the first sitting U.S. president to meet a North Korean leader. Also met with Prime Minister Lee Hsien Loong.[30] Trump made a refueling stop at an airbase in Greece on the trip to Singapore.
7 July 10–12, 2018   Belgium Brussels Attended the 29th NATO summit; also held bilateral meetings with NATO secretary general Jens Stoltenberg, French president Emmanuel Macron and German chancellor Angela Merkel.
July 12–15, 2018   United Kingdom London,
Blenheim Palace,
Chequers,
Windsor Castle,
Turnberry (golf course),
South Ayrshire
Met with Queen Elizabeth II and Prime Minister Theresa May.[31] Spent weekend at his Turnberry golf resort in Scotland.
July 15–16, 2018   Finland Helsinki Attended a summit meeting with Russian President Vladimir Putin. Also met with President Sauli Niinistö.
8 November 9–11, 2018   France Paris Met with President Emmanuel Macron. Participated in the Armistice Day celebrations marking the 100th anniversary of the Armistice with Germany that brought major hostilities of World War I to an end. Visited the Suresnes American Cemetery and Memorial.
9 November 29 – December 1, 2018   Argentina Buenos Aires Attended the G-20 summit. Also held bilateral meetings with Argentinian president Mauricio Macri, Australian prime minister Scott Morrison, Chinese president Xi Jinping, German chancellor Angela Merkel, Indian prime minister Narendra Modi, Japanese prime minister Shinzō Abe, South Korean president Moon Jae-in, and Turkish president Recep Tayyip Erdoğan.
10 December 26, 2018   Iraq Al Asad Air Base Visited with U.S. military personnel serving in Western Iraq accompanied by First Lady Melania Trump. This was the president's first trip to a U.S. combat zone.[32]
December 26–27, 2018   Germany Ramstein Air Base Visited with United States Armed Forces serving in Rhineland-Palatinate, Germany.[33]

2019Edit

 
President Trump shakes hands with North Korean chairman Kim Jong-un over the Military Demarcation Line at the Joint Security Area of the Korean Demilitarized Zone, June 30, 2019
Dates Country Locations Details
11 February 26–28, 2019   Vietnam Hanoi Attended a summit meeting with North Korean chairman Kim Jong-un. Also met with General Secretary and President Nguyễn Phú Trọng and Prime Minister Nguyễn Xuân Phúc. Trump made a refueling stop at an airbase in Qatar on the trip to Vietnam.
12 May 25–28, 2019   Japan Tokyo State Visit. Met with Emperor Naruhito and Prime Minister Shinzō Abe.
13 June 3–5, 2019   United Kingdom London,
Portsmouth
State Visit.[34] Met with Queen Elizabeth II and Prime Minister Theresa May. Laid a wreath on the Tomb of the Unknown Warrior in Westminster Abbey. Attended the 75th anniversary of D-Day commemorative ceremonies.
June 5–6, 2019   Ireland Shannon,
County Clare
Met with Taoiseach Leo Varadkar. Spent one night at his International golf resort in Doonbeg.
June 6, 2019   France Colleville,
Caen
Met with President Emmanuel Macron. Attended the 75th anniversary of D-Day memorial ceremonies. Visited the Normandy American Cemetery and Memorial.
June 6–7, 2019   Ireland Shannon,
County Clare
Spent one night at his International golf resort in Doonbeg.
14 June 27–29, 2019   Japan Osaka Attended the G-20 summit. Also held bilateral meetings with Australian prime minister Scott Morrison, Brazilian president Jair Bolsonaro, Chinese president Xi Jinping, German chancellor Angela Merkel, Indian prime minister Narendra Modi, Japanese prime minister Shinzō Abe, Saudi crown prince Mohammad Bin Salman, Turkish president Recep Tayyip Erdoğan and Russian president Vladimir Putin.
June 29–30, 2019   South Korea Seoul,
Korean Demilitarized Zone
Met with President Moon Jae-in. Visited the Korean Demilitarized Zone. Attended the Koreas–United States DMZ Summit with President Moon and North Korean chairman Kim Jong-un at the Inter-Korean Freedom House on the southern side of the Joint Security Area of the Korean Demilitarized Zone. Visited U.S. troops at Osan Air Base.
June 30, 2019   North Korea Joint Security Area Briefly walked into the northern side of the Joint Security Area of the Korean Demilitarized Zone, accompanied by North Korean chairman Kim Jong-un, becoming the first sitting U.S. president to enter North Korea.
15 August 24–26, 2019   France Biarritz Attended the 45th G7 summit at the Hôtel du Palais in Biarritz. Also held bilateral meetings with Australian prime minister Scott Morrison, British prime minister Boris Johnson, Canadian prime minister Justin Trudeau, Egyptian president Abdel Fattah el-Sisi, French president Emmanuel Macron, German chancellor Angela Merkel, Indian prime minister Narendra Modi and Japanese prime minister Shinzō Abe.
16 November 28, 2019   Afghanistan Bagram Airfield Visited with U.S. military personnel serving in Eastern Afghanistan accompanied by First Lady Melania Trump. This was the president's second trip to a U.S. combat zone. Also met with President Ashraf Ghani.
17 December 2–4, 2019   United Kingdom London, Watford Attended the 30th NATO summit. Met with Queen Elizabeth II and Prime Minister Boris Johnson. Also held bilateral meetings with Canadian prime minister Justin Trudeau, Danish prime minister Mette Frederiksen, French president Emmanuel Macron, German chancellor Angela Merkel and Italian prime minister Giuseppe Conte.

2020Edit

Dates Country Locations Details
18 January 21–22, 2020    Switzerland Davos Attended the World Economic Forum;[35] also held bilateral meetings with European Commission president Ursula von der Leyen, Iraqi president Barham Salih, Iraqi Kurdish president Nechirvan Barzani, Pakistani prime minister Imran Khan, and Swiss president Simonetta Sommaruga.[36]
19 February 24–25, 2020   India Ahmedabad, Agra, New Delhi Addressed a "Namaste (Welcome) Trump" event with Prime Minister Narendra Modi in Ahmedabad. Toured Mahatma Gandhi's Sabarmati Ashram and the Taj Mahal.[37] Received a formal welcome from President Ram Nath Kovind at the Rashtrapati Bhavan Presidential Palace in New Delhi. Conducted a series of meetings with Modi and other government officials, as well as Indian business executives.[38]

Multilateral meetingsEdit

Multilateral meetings of the following Intergovernmental organizations are scheduled to take place during Donald Trump's 2017–2021 term in office.

Group Year
2017 2018 2019 2020
APEC November 10–11,
  Đà Nẵng
November 17–18,[a]
  Port Moresby
November 16–17
(cancelled),
  Santiago
November 12
  Kuala Lumpur
EAS
(ASEAN)
November 13–14,[b]
  Pasay
November 14–15,[a]
  Singapore
November 4,[c]
  Bangkok
November 11
  Hanoi
G7 May 26–27,
  Taormina
June 8–9,
  La Malbaie
August 24–26,
  Biarritz
June 10–12
(cancelled),
  Camp David
G20 July 7–8,
  Hamburg
November 30 – December 1,
  Buenos Aires
June 28–29,
  Osaka
November 21–22,
  Riyadh
NATO May 25,
  Brussels
July 11–12,
  Brussels
December 3–4,
  Watford
none
SOA
(OAS)
none April 13–14,[a]
  Lima
none none
██ = Future event; ██ = Did not attend.
^a Mike Pence attended in the president's place.
^b President Trump traveled to the Philippines for the summit, but ultimately left early and Rex Tillerson participated in his place.
^c Robert O'Brien attended in the president's place.

See alsoEdit

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