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In contrast to Trump, U.S. Senate votes against Saudi Arabia on Yemen, Khashoggi

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In contrast to Trump, U.S. Senate votes against Saudi Arabia on Yemen, KhashoggiIn back-to-back votes towards Saudi Arabia, the U.S. Senate delivered an abnormal rebuke of President Donald Trump’s reaction to the loss of life of journalist Jamal Khashoggi and signalled new skepticism from Capitol Hill towards the longtime Center East best friend. Even if the resolutions are in large part symbolic – as it’s unclear if …
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The Senate passed two resolutions Thursday, and both mark a stark contrast with the Trump administration.

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