President Donald Trump Receives Royal Welcome From Saudi Arabia, Signs $110 Billion Arms Deal

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ABOVE VIDEO: President arrives in Saudi Arabia on first stop of overseas trip

(FOX NEWS) – President Trump in Saudi Arabia on Saturday signed a nearly $110 billion arms deal to help the Persian Gulf ally with its military-defense system.

“The package includes defense equipment and other support to help the Arab nation and the rest of the Gulf region again the threat of a nuclear-armed Iran terrorism,” according to the White House.

Trump during his winning presidential campaign and in the first several months of his presidency has argued the United States can no longer be the world’s police officer and that other nations must become more self-sufficient in efforts to combat terrorism and in protecting themselves against rogue nations like Iran and North Korea.

Trump arrived in Saudi Arabia early Saturday as the start to his nine-day, overseas tour that will also take him to Israel and Europe. The international trip is Trump’s first since taking office in January.

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ABOVE VIDEO: President Donald J. Trump participates in a United States – Saudi Arabia bilateral meeting.

ABOVE VIDEO: President Donald J. Trump participates in a United States – Saudi Arabia bilateral meeting and Signing Ceremony.

ABOVE VIDEO: President Donald J. Trump and Saudi King Salman signed a nearly $110 billion arms deal is to help the Persian Gulf ally with its military-defense system.


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