Donald Trump arrived in Brussels, Belgium on Wednesday afternoon for the fourth leg of his first foreign trip as president.
Daily Mail reported that as soon as Air Force One landed, Trump was greeted on the tarmac by Belgian Prime Minister Charles Michel. The president and First Lady then headed to the Belgian royal palace to meet with King Philippe and Queen Mathilde.
After meeting with the royals, Trump sat down with Michel for a discussion about counterterrorism in the wake of Monday’s bombing at a concert in Manchester, England, for which ISIS has claimed responsibility.
“We are fighting very hard, doing very well under our generals, making tremendous progress,” Trump told Michel, according to USA Today. “But when you see something like what happened a few days ago you realize how important it is to win this fight. And we will win this fight.”
Trump is in Brussels to attend the NATO Summit on Thursday, when he will also be meeting with leaders of the European Union.
He began his first foreign trip as president last weekend, when he travelled to Saudi Arabia. He then flew to Israel for a 24-hour visit before he headed to Italy, where he met with Pope Francis on Wednesday.
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