Here's how often Trump has travelled in his first 100 days compared to Obama, Bush, and Clinton

Presidents do all kinds of travel during their first 100 days, depending on their priorities and agenda.

President Donald Trump appears to have taken his “America First” platform to heart. So far in his term, he has yet to travel internationally.

By comparison, Presidents Obama, Clinton, and Bush had each visited at least one country at this point in their presidencies.

Obama visited nine countries during his first 100 days, attempting to reset US policy in the Middle East and elsewhere after many years of war in Iraq and Afghanistan.

Trump, meanwhile, has focused on domestic travel, visiting 11 states since taking office.

However, s
ince taking office, Trump hasn’t stayed overnight anywhere except the White House or Mar-a-Lago, his private club in South Beach, Florida.
His day trips to US states haven’t ventured west of the Mississippi River.

Trump has yet to travel outside the US. He will for the first time in office in May, when he will attend a NATO meeting planned in Brussels, Belgium.

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