What Saudi Leaders Think Of President Trump
Friday, 19 May 2017
President Trump leaves Friday for Saudi Arabia, the first stop on his first overseas trip. Despite his anti-Saudi rhetoric during the campaign, there are reasons Saudi leaders may welcome him.
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