Newsbrief: Trump supports modernization of Saudi Arabia

by Mike Levitt
edited by Haley Gardner

In Tokyo, Japan, President Donald Trump and King Sallman of Saudi Arabia are discussing the modernization of  the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia, according to the New York Times.

Trump and Sallman also discussed a recent missile interception in Yemen and the creation of American jobs to make weapons for Saudi Arabia.

“The King and Crown Prince’s recent public statement regarding the need to build a moderate, peaceful and tolerant region are essential to ensuring a hopeful future for the Saudi people, to curtailing terrorist funding, and to defeating radical ideology so the world can be safe from its evil,” said a White House official.

The King’s son, Prince Alwaleed, engaged in a verbal confrontation with Trump over Twitter during the United State’s election cycle. Alwaleed referred to Trump as a “disgrace to the GOP and all of America.”

Saudi Arabian officials and White House staff are still having talks about weapons and the possibility of creating American jobs to provide weapons to eradicate terrorism from Saudi Arabia.

(Photo: New York Times)

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