Jared Kushner is leaving this weekend for a trip that will include an audience with Saudi crown prince Mohammed bin Salman.
When conservatives smear liberals for their hesitancy to go after dictators, they should look back on all the dictators they supported.
Trump made a major policy decision that will primarily benefit Iran, Turkey, Russia and perhaps Islamic State — and the worries don’t end there.
“I think our intelligence agencies are making their assessments and we’re hoping justice is brought to where that should be.”
Disqualification was for “failure to guarantee their equal treatment and to protect them against discrimination on the basis of their nationality.”
“We need to sell them as much as possible,” Kushner reportedly said in a national security council meeting, ahead of the summit in Saudi Arabia.
“Among the most prominent effects of Zionism on the Islamic World are…the spread of drugs and sexual and other diseases in many Islamic countries.”
He said Jamal Khashoggi was a member of the Muslim Brotherhood, a group not supported by several Trump officials.
The two were tagged in a photo together, captioned that the meeting “stresses the importance of the Saudi-US strategic partnership.”
“I’ve seen reporting to that effect… that needs to be investigated,” said Rep. Joaquin Castro, without citing specific evidence.