Tulsi Gabbard, a Democratic congresswoman in Hawaii, criticised Trump for standing by Saudi Arabia even as US intelligence concluded that its leadership ordered the killing of a journalist. Trump defended his standing by the kingdom by saying he was putting “America first.” Gabbard wrote on Twitter: “being Saudi Arabia’s b—- is not ‘America First.’” Gabbard has also drawn criticism over supporting Syrian President Bashar Assad and casting doubt on reports that his government uses chemical weapons on civilians. Hawaii congresswoman and combat veteran Tulsi Gabbard slammed President Donald Trump by calling him “Saudi Arabia’s b—-” for his support of the country’s leadership despite admitting they may have ordered the murder of Saudi critic Jamal Khashoggi. “Hey @realdonaldtrump: being Saudi Arabia’s b—- is not ‘America First,’” Gabbard, a Democrat, tweeted. In a statement on Tuesday, Trump refused to personally blame or take action against Saudi Crown Prince Mohammed Bin Salman, but admitted that he may have ordered the Khashoggi’s brutal murder. Trump argued that avoiding condemnation of Saudi Arabia’s leadership helped the US pursue its interests abroad. “Very simply it is called America First!,” the end of the statement read. Read more:Trump’s manic statement letting Saudi Arabia off the hook for… Read full this story
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