Here are three things to watch on President Donald Trump’s foreign trip.

During his first stop in Saudi Arabia, the president will meet with Saudi officials, as well as members of the Gulf Cooperation Council. Trump plans to deliver a speech on the topic of Islam. Will he use the phrase “radical Islamic terrorism?”

Where does the president stand on the Middle East peace process? Trump has frequently stressed the importance of a peace deal in the region, and he will be meeting with both Israeli and Palestinian officials during the trip.

How does Trump really feel about NATO? After leaving the Middle East, the president will meet with NATO members in Belgium. In the past, Trump called the alliance "obsolete." What position will he take now?

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