Not surprisingly, Trump’s son-in-law Jared Kushner, who also likes to pal around with the Saudis (including the crown prince), is a big advocate of more arm sales, as is Peter Navarro, Trump’s trade adviser.
Speculation about why Secretary of State Mike Pompeo got Donald Trump to fire the State Department’s internal watchdog has centered around two investigations, and Trump has made it clear he's perfectly fine with either abuse they were looking into.
People aren't driving, planes aren't flying. There's no demand.
#MoscowMitch and his GOP lackeys may have protected Dear Leader from damaging evidence in the Senate, but Rep. Eric Swalwell promises the House will keep investigating Trump’s “unsavory dealings,” and not just with Ukraine.
Trump's properties here and abroad continue to not do well, and while we continue to know almost nothing about the true nature of Trump's finances, all investigation suggests he is again burdened by massive debts,
George Nader faces decades in prison, and still faces campaign finance charges in Washington, D.C.
Morning Joe panelists react.
Trump said Saudis paid U.S. a billion dollars for troop deployment.
Trump boasted to Fox's Laura Ingraham during an interview last Friday that Saudi Arabia deposited a billion dollars “in the bank” for US troops being sent, and that South Korea is paying $500 million for troops as well.
Donald Trump tells Fox's Laura Ingraham that Saudi Arabia deposited a billion dollars “in the bank” for US troops, and that South Korea is paying $500 million for troops as well. No explanation as to what "bank" Trump was talking about.
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