Bob Beckel asked "The Five" panel what they think about President Trump's upcoming foreign trip.

The visit to Saudi Arabia, Israel and the Vatican will be Trump's first foreign venture as president.

Jesse Watters said that Trump will not make it "an apology tour" as President Obama did early in his term.


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Dana Perino said the trip is "a great concept for a first trip."

But, she warned that presidents often encounter problems at home whenever they go overseas.

Greg Gutfeld said there was a 50 percent chance that there will be an issue of some sort either at home or abroad during the trip.

"This was well thought out," Kimberly Guilfoyle said of Trump's plan, adding that she hopes the media covers it fairly.

Beckel disagreed with the panel's predictions, saying there is a "150 percent chance" that Trump will do something negative during the trip.

What do you think? Watch the discussion above.


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