Trump Hosts His First White House Ramadan Dinner, Sparking Protest From Muslim Groups

Ambassadors from Jordan, Saudi Arabia, Qatar and Iraq attend ■ Trump: 'Iftar marks coming together of family and friends to celebrate peace'

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WASHINGTON – The White House hosted an Iftar dinner for the holy Muslim month of Ramadan on Wednesday evening, the first such event since U.S. President Donald Trump took office.