A “date for a possible visit to the Institutions of the European Union” by the new “President of the United States” would have not been decided. Not so far, at least.
That’s what the “European Commission”, according to EFE, “pointed out today”.
We know, anyhow, that “Donald Trump […] will travel to Brussels at the end of […] May to take part in a summit of NATO” (ibidem).
Is the mentioned “vagueness” just due to the intent of defining the most suitable day for the U.S. President and the EU representatives or does it also reveal a level of uncertainty in the future relations between the Member States leaders and Mr Trump?