Coleman, much like President Donald Trump, attempted to deflect concerns about the murder of Jamal Khashoggi in Saudi Arabia’s consulate in Istanbul.
Trump has repeatedly downplayed Saudi Arabia’s wrongdoing.
These transactions are exactly what the Emoluments clause sought to prevent.
Remember when Sen. Lindsey Graham (R-SC) was supposed to be one of the reasonable Republicans? Yeah, neither do I.
“It is zero chance — zero — that this happened without the crown prince,” Sen. Lindsey Graham (R-SC) told reporters on Tuesday.
In another sense, however, Abizaid’s appointment to this post (vacant since Donald Trump became president) could mean quite a lot.
The American mission in Afghanistan has borrowed a page from Harry Potter, draping itself in a cloak of invisibility.
Kushner has been urging the State Department and the Defense Department to promote the $110 billion figure.
Sen. Jack Reed, the top Democrat on the Senate Armed Services Committee, likewise accused Trump of lying to the American people about the intelligence community’s assessment.
“The world is a very dangerous place!” Trump wrote.
Trump keeps promising he’ll visit American military troops serving in combat zones — and he keeps putting it off.
Saudi Arabia has since acknowledged that Khashoggi is dead, and in an unconvincing display, claimed to be prosecuting the people responsible.
The emerging Khashoggi cover-up is hazardous to the health of the United States.
Kushner’s ties to the Saudi crown prince have come under fire.
Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan has been demanding answers from the Saudi government.
Trump’s allies are orchestrating a smear campaign against Jamal Khashoggi to take the heat off Trump for his failure to hold Saudi Arabia accountable.
The news came at a curious moment; it was just past 1 a.m. Saudi time when a prosecutor from the kingdom made the announcement on state TV.
Trump “is assisting a foreign government in a conspiracy to obstruct justice in the political murder of a resident of the United States.”
He was tortured and murdered by members of a 15-person hit squad sent from Riyadh and his body was dismembered with a bone saw after the killing.
A journalist was murdered, and Trump is defending the brutal dictatorship accused of killing him.
The disappearance and apparent assassination of Jamal Khashoggi have disrupted the Saudi government’s charm offensive in the United States. Think tanks are returning Saudi money.
Let’s understand first that there is nothing truly unusual about the Khashoggi crime, except for its location in a consulate on foreign soil.
After he disappeared while visiting Riyadh’s consulate in Istanbul, Donald Trump was a portrait in timidity.
Former United States Ambassador to Russia Michael McFaul on Saturday slammed Donald Trump’s lukewarm reaction to the alleged murder of Washington Post columnist Jamal Khashoggi.
And one person who appears to completely agree with this is the president’s eldest son.