Trump still a rock star to troops in Iraq despite controversy at home


President Trump and the first lady arrived home at the White House Thursday morning, after a surprise visit to U.S. troops in Iraq. The president left Washington at midnight on Christmas and spent just three hours on the ground at the Al Asad Airbase, about 100 miles west of Baghdad. Mr. Trump had faced criticism for waiting nearly two years to visit members of the American military in a combat zone. David Martin reports.

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