Like quarterback Colin Kaepernick, Trump took a knee before MBS of Saudi Arabia saying American resident and Washington Post journalist Jamal Khashoggi’s death wasn't ordered by the Crown Prince and ignored the findings of the CIA.
Editor's note: Kaepernick took a knee for justice. Trump had other motives.
Read all about it: Trump sells US integrity to Saudi Arabia for thirty gallons of oil.
Editor’s note: You’re turning Trump into a small time, Judas Iscariot. Reword it.
Trump sells US integrity to Saudi Arabia for billions and billions of gallons of oil, planes, and jobs.
Making the bimbo-doughnut with his index finger and thumb, Trump presented his defense: “We’re making billions and billions of dollars selling planes and stuff to Saudi Arabia. And we’re making thousands and thousands of jobs for American workers. America first. Better America than China or Russia getting all that money.”
Trump's saying: Money talks. Murder? I'll take a knee.
Born in Medina, Saudi Arabia, journalist Jamal Khashoggi was critical of the repressive regime of Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman. Mr. Khashoggi was murdered and butchered at the Saudi Arabian consulate in Istanbul, and reportedly disposed of with acid.
The whole world is watching Trump's very peculiar United States of America. People also recognize that Jamal Khashoggi was someone’s son.
Would Donald Trump trade Donald Jr. for billions and billions of dollars, and thousands and thousands of jobs for Americans? Following such an atrocity, would Trump make the same bimbo-doughnut hand gesture and announce, “So what? America first.”
Americans are appalled by Trump's piggy-bank mentality and also shocked by his blatant effort to bash the CIA, and then to take a knee before Mohammed bin Salman.
Great Britain's Theresa May, Germany's Angela Merkel, Hillary Clinton, and Nancy Pelosi would not have gone the piggy-bank route. They would have demonstrated more cajones than Donald Trump. Illinois US Senator Tammy Duckworth already has.
Or maybe, a Trump Tower, a Trump Hotel or a Trump Golf Club in Riyadh, Saudi Arabia are in the works, right next to a giant oil platform?
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