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Saudi crown prince bin Salman has gone 'full gangster', US senator Rubio says

Independent Thursday, 7 March 2019
Senators condemn royal over war in Yemen and murder of Khashoggi at US ambassador's confirmation hearing
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At a confirmation hearing for retired General John Abizaid, President Donald Trump's nominee to be ambassador to Saudi Arabia, Senator Marco Rubio slammed Saudi Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman as being like "something out of a James Bond movie," and asked Trump's nominee how he'd deal with the...

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