President Donald Trump's domestic problems will follow him to the beaches of Normandy on Thursday as Speaker Nancy Pelosi joins a large delegation of lawmakers traveling there to mark the 75th anniversary of D-Day.
The two branches of government have been locked in numerous battles - over Trump's threat to raise tariffs on Mexico; over former and current administration officials testifying before Congress; and subpoenas for his tax returns, business records, and other information.
And while the domestic clash may not make its presence felt on the foreign battle field - where 156,000 troops stormed Normandy's beaches and smashed Hitler's Nazis, turning the Second World War in the allies' favor and leading to the liberation of Europe a year later - there is plenty of fodder waiting stateside.
Speaker Nancy Pelosi and a large delegation of lawmakers will join President Donald Trump in Normandy to mark the 75th anniversary of D-Day
President Trump has been in Europe for a state visit to the UK and to mark the anniversary of the allied invasion of Normandy during World War II
'I don't know if we'll see the president but we have over 60 members coming on the trip,' Pelosi told reporters on Capitol Hill Wednesday before she left for France.
She said she didn't know if the lawmakers - which will include members of the House and Senate - will be on the same platform as the president during the services at the U.S. Cemetery in Normandy, where thousands of American D-Day casualties are buried.
Thursday's celebration will include veterans and their families, active duty service members, government and military officials and foreign dignitaries.
President Trump will also met with French President Emmanuel Macron will he is at Normandy.
The ceremony comes after the president's three-day state visit to Britain, where he and his family dined at Buckingham Palace with the Queen and hosted a dinner for Charles, Prince of Wales, and Camilla, Duchess of Cambridge, at the U.S. ambassador's residence.
He also held a press conference with Prime Minister Theresa May and visited Westminster Abbey.
But despite the packed agenda, President Trump showed domestic matters remained on his mind.
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