Trump finally hews to ritual of meeting troops in harm's way
AL-ASAD AIRBASE, Iraq (AP) — President Donald Trump once opined that it wasn't "overly necessary" for him to visit troops in danger zones abroad. But with the lights of Air Force One out and window shutters drawn, the president did just that, slipping into Iraq at night to greet U.S. service members and show that his norm-busting presidency would hew at least to this tradition.
Trump makes first visit to US troops in harm's way
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