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Washington Watch: Is Trump helping the Saudis go nuclear?

Jerusalem Post Wednesday, 12 June 2019 ()
Washington Watch: Is Trump helping the Saudis go nuclear?If the Saudis decide to pursue nuclear weapons, they can turn to Trump’s dear friend Kim Jong Un, whose cash-strapped regime has developed its own and the missiles to deliver them.
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