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Title: Press Conference In Saudi Arabia
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Press Conference in Saudi Arabia. delivered 21 April 2016, Diriyah Palace, Riyadh, Saudi Arabia. Audio AR-XE mp3 of Address. Plug-in required for flash audio. President Obama: You already heard my statement, so I’m going to take a couple of question, starting with Kathleen Hennessey of AP. Where’s Kathleen? Where are you? There you are. Question: Thanks for doing this, Mr. President. In the lead-up to this trip, there was a lot of talk about strains in the relationship between the .
With Donald Trump under fire for defending Saudi arms sales despite the Khashoggi murder, former US Ambassador to Russia Michael McFaul said the Obama administration was less lenient with Riyadh – and was issued a stern rebuke. With Donald Trump under fire for defending Saudi arms sales despite the Khashoggi murder, former US Ambassador to Russia Michael McFaul said the Obama administration was less lenient with Riyadh – and was issued a stern rebuke. While the murder of Washington Post columnist Jamal Khashoggi in the Saudi consulate in Turkey, and the lack of a definitive US response to it, have consumed national headlines, Obama-era ambassador to Russia Michael McFaul was among those who used it to accuse Trump of cozying up to dictators.
Obama won Best Spoken Word Album Grammy Awards for abridged audiobook versions of Dreams from My Father in February 2006 and for The Audacity of Hope in February 2008. His concession speech after the New Hampshire primary was set to music by independent artists as the music video "Yes We Can", which was viewed 10 million times on YouTube in its first. p. 8A. Archived from the original on April 7, 2012. Retrieved May 18, 2012.
Obama lied to Saudi Arabia by setting "red lines" regarding Syria and its alleged use of chemical weapons and not enforcing them when chemical attacks did happen on Syrian soil, Prince Bandar bin Sultan said in an interview, according to The Jerusalem Post. Bin Sultan formerly served as head of Saudi intelligence and as Saudi ambassador to the United States. Speaking with Independent Arabia in an interview which has yet to be published in full, bin Sultan recalled a phone conversation with the then-US president
Saudi Arabia segregates men and women who are not related and is ranked 134th out of 145 countries for gender equality by the World Economic Forum. The country only recently lifted a ban on women driving cars. It's important to support those in the country who are working for change for women. Secretary of State Henry Kissinger addresses a conference in Istanbul on May 31, 2007. Most popular: Trump Says Twitter Won Him the White House: Social Media's 'Tremendous Platform' Gave Us the 45th President. No Nobel Peace Prize ever elicited more attention than the 2009 prize to Barack Obama," Lundestad said. Even many of Obama's supporters believed that the prize was a mistake," he added. In that sense the committee didn't achieve what it had hoped fo.
Barack Obama says Congress is making a "mistake" and setting "a dangerous precedent" by passing a bill that would allow families of 9/11 victims to sue the Saudi government for damages. Both the Senate and the House of Representatives voted by an overwhelming majority to override the President's veto of the Justice Against Sponsors of Terrorism Act (JASTA). Barack Obama says Congress is making a "mistake" and setting "a dangerous precedent" by passing a bill that would allow families of 9/11 victims to sue the Saudi government for damages.
President Barack Obama sought to reassure Saudi King Abdullah on Friday that he would support moderate Syrian rebels and reject a bad nuclear deal with Iran, during a visit designed to allay the kingdom's concerns that its decades-old . Overwhelmingly Sunni Muslim Saudi Arabia is backing the insurgents in their battle to oust Syrian President Bashar al-Assad, who is supported by Riyadh’s rival, Shi’ite power Iran. Saudi rights abuses did not come up in Obama-Abdullah talks: US. Riyadh has long differed from Washington about Obama’s reluctance to supply rebels with surface-to-air missiles, sometimes known as MANPADS.
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