President Trump will open a busy week with the highly-anticipated announcement his Supreme Court judicial nominee on Monday evening during primetime viewing, setting the stage for a potential vicious fight for and against the nominee along partisan lines.

President Trump in Brussels in 2017 with EU leaders in an awkward portrait. Credit: Reuters

This will quickly be followed by two important foreign trips to Europe – a NATO summit with allies in Brussels and his first official one-on-one Summit with Russian President Vladimir Putin following a 3-day stopover in UK for a meeting wth Prime Minister Theresa May and The Queen away from London.

EU leaders in Brussels during NATO Summit 2017 will again meet with President Trump this week. Credit: EPA

He is scheduled to leave for Europe on Tuesday for the busy week ahead.

According to the U.S. Embassy in in the UK, President Trump is expected to arrive on Thursday evening.  His 3-days visit will begin on Friday July 13.



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