President Trump Leaves Saudi Arabia in Stitches – VIDEO

On Sunday President Trump delivered a historic speech in the Middle East. They were leaders from 50 primarily Muslim countries. These countries included Saudi Arabia, Egypt and Jordan. The leaders posed with President Trump Sunday just before he delivered his historic speech in Riyadh. In an unforgettable moment, President Trump leaves Saudi Arabia in stitches.

The moment came while President Trump was speaking with Egyptian President Abdel Fattah al-Sisi. The two were speaking in front of reporters. During this, al-Sisi told Trump that he “could do the impossible.”

“Mr. President, let me express our appreciation and respect,” a translator said for Sisi. “Let me say that you have a unique personality that is capable of doing the impossible.”

The comment drew a smile and laugh from Trump, who said, “I agree.”

Per the Free Beacon:

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Not even Trump’s biggest supporters could have predicted he would be so comfortable in Saudi Arabia. In fact, many of Trump’s biggest detractors thought he would be rejected by these countries. CNN predicted that he would be banned from the Muslim countries. WRONG!

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