President Trump gave Pope Francis a first-edition set of Martin Luther King Jr.'s writings on Wednesday during their meeting at the Vatican, and the pope gave Trump books he usually gives out as gifts to heads of state.
According to the White House, Trump gave the pope MLK's "Stride Toward Freedom" (1958), "The Measure of a Man" (1959), "The Strength to Love" (1963), "Why We Can't Wait" (1964) and "Where Do We Go from Here: Chaos or Community?" (1967).
"This is a gift for you," the president said. "These are books from Martin Luther King. I think you will enjoy them."
Trump also gave the pope a hand-made bronze sculpture crafted by an American artist.