Saudis prove liberals wrong in their criticism of Trump's statements about radical Islam
Saudi Arabia greets Trump with elaborate welcome as he embarks on first foreign tripThe Saudis have good reason to see Trump as a friend since he is approving a huge arms sale to them to help them fight off Iranian aggression. That is something Obama refused to do. Trump is also working with them to establish better relations with Israel in the defense against Iranian aggression. It is proof that calling radical Islam a problem does not put off intelligent Muslims. After all, it is a problem for them too.
President Trump arrived in Riyadh for his debut on the world stage, hoping to turn a page on the scandal encircling his presidency back home as he embarks upon an ambitious, high-stakes journey through the Middle East and Europe.