Melania Trump visits a women's business center, school in Saudi Arabia

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May 21, 2017 22:48
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First Lady Melania Trump visited the General Electric all-female business service center in Riyadh on Sunday. Trump toured the facility and met women who work in the center which provides business support services for GE and other companies.

Mrs. Trump's visit was intended to promote women's empowerment. The First Lady also visited the American International School in Riyadh. She played with students and met teachers as well as the Saudi Education Minister Ahmed Al Eissa.

Melania Trump is joining her husband, US President Donald Trump, during his first presidential trip abroad, with Saudi Arabia the first stop on a nine-day journey through the Middle East and Europe.

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