Theodore Roosevelt was the first US President to travel outside the US while he was in office. He sailed to Panama to inspect the canal. George Washington visited the Barbados in 1751, long before he was President.
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Retiring from presidency, he returned to mount vernon in 1797 and devoted time to farming and distilling and became his new country's largest distiller of whiskey. You can now visit his restored distillery near Mount Vernon.
Theodore Roosevelt, the nation's 26th President, was the first president to visit a foreign country while serving in office. Roosevelt was a member of the Republican Party.
Theodore was the first sitting president to leave the country. He visited Panama while he was president.
Theodore Roosevelt was the first to visit a foreign country while he was in office. He was also the first to take off in an airplane, although is was a very short flight. He may have been the first to ride in a car, as well.
Theodore Roosevelt sailed to Panama in 1906 to check on the canal. This made him the first US President to leave the US while President.
Sometimes, people visit another country as tourists, to learn more about it and to see the sights; in some cases, they visit because they have a friend in that country. Other people visit a foreign country because of their job-- a number of companies have offices in various locations, and an employee from the United States might visit the office in England or France or wherever.
Bill Clinton was the last US President to visit Russia while in office.
Yes, Mexico is a foreign country.