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Trump and Saudia

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    Middle East Monitor, August 2016: Saudi prince says he twice saved Trump from bankruptcy

    Yes, as reported in the MEM,

    "The Saudi prince laments that he was twice forced to “bail out” Donald Trump, whom he describes as a “disgrace to the United States.”"

    Just another example of what a bad businessman he was. However, in spite of all his bad business dealings, and bad credit risk, outright lies, cheating and stiffing his workers, and ignorance of government he was still able to con some 62 million Americans to vote for him. He is a master con artist.

    Democratic Hub, August8, 2017: Donald Trump: From Bad Businessman to Worst President.

    Everything I wrote then holds true. It's time I wrote another blog article.

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    Schmidt Wrote:

    Middle East Monitor, August 2016: Saudi prince says he twice saved Trump from bankruptcy

    Yes, as reported in the MEM,

    "The Saudi prince laments that he was twice forced to “bail out” Donald Trump, whom he describes as a “disgrace to the United States.”"

    Just another example of what a bad businessman he was. However, in spite of all his bad business dealings, and bad credit risk, outright lies, cheating and stiffing his workers, and ignorance of government he was still able to con some 62 million Americans to vote for him. He is a master con artist.

    Democratic Hub, August8, 2017: Donald Trump: From Bad Businessman to Worst President.

    Everything I wrote then holds true. It's time I wrote another blog article.

    Yes Schmidt; if you can con 62 million people here, that means "education" is lacking here. The results in FL show that as well. How often did I say that the "laws" are antique, voting is corrupt with billions of dollars, no "vetting" for anyone, as well an zillion lawyers who make it even worse. Yes an stupid country for sure.
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    Watch out. Who do you owe and how much ? A tax return or 7 would tell so much.
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    Trump owes the Saudi government for something. Trump also has a selective memory. Lawmakers should ask Trump what and who he knew about the 9/11 terrorist attacks.

    Hani Hasan Hanjour (26) — Saudi Arabian

    Khalid al-Mihdhar (or Almidhar) — Saudi Arabian

    Nawaf al-Hamzi (or Alhamzi) — Saudi Arabian (brother of Salem)

    Salem al-Hamzi (or Alhamzi)- Saudi Arabian (brother of Nawaf)

    Majed Moqed — Saudi Arabian

    Satam al-Suqami (25) — Saudi Arabian

    Waleed al-Shehri (or Alshehri) (21) — Saudi Arabian (brother of Wail)

    Wail (or Wael) al-Shehri (or Alshehri) (25) — Saudi Arabian (brother of Waleed)

    Abdulaziz al-Omari (or Alomari) — Saudi Arabian

    Ahmed al-Ghamdi (or Alghamdi) — Saudi Arabian

    Hamza Saleh al-Ghamdi (or Alghamdi) (20) — Saudi Arabian

    Mohand al-Shehri (or Alshehri) — Saudi Arabian

    Saeed al-Ghamdi (or Alghamdi) — Saudi Arabian

    Ahmed Ibrahim A. al-Haznawi (or Alhaznawi) (21) — Saudi Arabian

    Ahmed Abdullah al-Nami (or Alnami) (23) — Saudi Arabian

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    TJ Wrote: Watch out. Who do you owe and how much ? A tax return or 7 would tell so much.
    TJ, I bet he also lied on his tax returns; so not much help.
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    The EU just blacklisted Saudi Arabia, which means that EU member states will now have to commit to greater levels of scrutiny on financial transactions. The country is now considered a high risk due to allegations of money laundering and terrorist financing.

    https://www.aljazeera.com/news/2019/02/eu-blacklists-saudi-arabia-190213212736905.html

    On top of that, the Senate voted in December to end U.S. support for the Saudi-led war in Yemen, apparently motivated by the Saudi government's murder of Jamal Khassogi (and we already have another thread about that topic).

    https://thehill.com/homenews/senate/421043-senate-votes-to-end-us-support-for-saudi-war-bucking-trump

    Both Trump and Jared Kushner have some suspicious ties to the Saudis, so things are going to get uglier fairly quick.

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    that guy in AZ Wrote:

    The EU just blacklisted Saudi Arabia, which means that EU member states will now have to commit to greater levels of scrutiny on financial transactions. The country is now considered a high risk due to allegations of money laundering and terrorist financing.

    https://www.aljazeera.com/news/2019/02/eu-blacklists-saudi-arabia-190213212736905.html

    On top of that, the Senate voted in December to end U.S. support for the Saudi-led war in Yemen, apparently motivated by the Saudi government's murder of Jamal Khassogi (and we already have another thread about that topic).

    https://thehill.com/homenews/senate/421043-senate-votes-to-end-us-support-for-saudi-war-bucking-trump

    Both Trump and Jared Kushner have some suspicious ties to the Saudis, so things are going to get uglier fairly quick.

    Your last line is the clue. I bet the whole middle east will become an huge mess; because of Trump and Kussner; Iran will shortly make deals with Syria and Russia as well Iraq; so wars are imminent. Saudia may be pinched between an rock and an hard place as well Israel.