WASHINGTON — King Salman of Saudi Arabia plans to visit President Donald Trump at the White House early next year.

The White House says the leaders agreed on Salman’s visit when they spoke by telephone Wednesday.

They also discussed shared interests, including enhancing security and prosperity in the Middle East.

Saudi Arabia was the first stop on Trump’s first overseas trip earlier this year.

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