| On tour with Trump: Mandel Ngan, a photographer with Agence France-Presse, offers a behind-the-scenes view of President Donald Trump‘s first foreign trip. More from him here.
US Navy SEALs carry out another Yemen raid: US Central Command said that the SEALs killed seven militants and two service members were lightly wounded before being safely evacuated. Read more from CNN’s Zachary Cohen, Barbara Starr and Ryan Browne.
It’s more than the orb: This is literally a list of things Trump touched on the Middle East leg of his first trip abroad, from Quartz’s Selina Cheng.
Paul plans to force vote on $110B Saudi arms deal: Sen. Rand Paul intends to force a vote in the Senate on the $110 billion arms deal to Saudi Arabia that Trump announced during his visit there, a Paul aide told CNN. Paul is expected to introduce a measure to disapprove of the sale later this week, and he has the ability under Senate rules to eventually force a vote on it. More from CNN’s Jeremy Herb.
Democrats send letter asking Trump not to attack North Korea: 64 Democrats signed onto a letter arguing against a preemptive attack on the isolated nation. Read more from The New York Times’ Rick Gladstone.
DOJ says no ethics conflict for special counsel in Russia probe: The Justice Department has determined that former FBI Director Robert Mueller‘s appointment as special counsel to oversee the federal investigation into alleged Russian interference in the 2016 election complies with ethics rules. More from CNN’s Laura Jarrett.