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Trump’s Saudi Trip Should Be About Ending The War In Yemen, Not Securing An Arms Deal

President Trump’s trip to Saudi Arabia is designed to highlight his “art of the deal” by clinching a massive $100 billion arms deal. But instead of using his presidency to be a salesman for the arms industry, Trump should be a statesmen for the suffering Yemenis. He should use his visit to press for a ceasefire and negotiations to end the conflict in Yemen. This is not the first time American politicians have been pushing Saudi arms sales.
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