How Trump got his ‘doughnut hole’ on his first trip abroad
President Donald Trump is taking a trip to Europe next week, and he’s bringing a new favorite snack to the scene.
As a candidate, Trump vowed to “make America great again,” but he has a lot of work to do.
While his administration has been largely successful in creating jobs, the economy remains stuck in a deep recession and millions of Americans are still struggling with the aftermath of the pandemic.
Trump’s first stop in Europe is the Eiffel Tower, which he is expected to visit on Sunday and Monday, and his visit is expected, too.
The president will be at the Eifel Tower in Paris on May 22, and the Euston Opera House in London on May 23.