Trump against cancelling $110 billion arms deal with Saudi Arabia

Credit: IndiaTimes- Published 4 days ago
Under tremendous pressure from the media and the Congress for taking some action against Saudi Arabia, after the sudden disappearance of Saudi dissident and journalist Jamal Khashoggi in Turkey, Trump told reporters that he is trying to get at the bottom of the issue and has sought details of it from Saudi Arabia.
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