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Trump Thanks Saudi Arabia For Cheap Oil After Giving The Kingdom A Pass On Khashoggi's Murder

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Trump Thanks Saudi Arabia For Cheap Oil After Giving The Kingdom A Pass On Khashoggi's Murder

Trump Thanks Saudi Arabia For Cheap Oil After Giving The Kingdom A Pass On Khashoggi's Murder

President Donald Trump thanked the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia for keeping oil prices low.

Just one day after he refused to blame Crown Prince Mohammed Bin Salman for having his critic, Jamal Khashoggi, murdered in Turkey.

Trump tweeting, "Oil prices getting lower.

Great!

Like a big Tax Cut for America and the World.

Enjoy!

$54, was just $82.

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