VIA| The world is a confusing chess board at times and most Americans can be forgiven for not fully understanding the complex relations that govern our foreign policy.
Heck, even the experts sometimes get it wrong or disagree.
But no one is disagreeing with what Trump just did in Saudi Arabia because he not only erased another Obama failure and made the world safer from terrorism, he got a massive investment at the same time.
As the Hill is reporting, President Trump and the Saudi king just signed a $110 billion dollar defense deal.
The deal is huge on many levels. Saudi Arabia needs to strengthen their defenses and needs new equipment to face the two main threats to their country – Islamic terror and Iran.
By the way Barack, Islamic terror and Iran are our enemies too – why did you stop helping the Saudi’s and turn towards Iran?
It was a classic Obama blunder. He led with arrogance and ended in disgrace.
So confident was Obama in his ability to solve the crisis that he ignored our long-time allies and embraced our flat out enemy.
It was a debacle that ended in the now infamous Iran nuke deal. Trump is making no such mistakes.
Trump and Secretary of State Rex Tillerson joined Saudi King Salman at the signing ceremony to send the unmistakable signal to Iran and ISIS: the jig is up.
The deal includes top of the line equipment such as missiles, bombs, armored personnel carriers, Littoral Combat Ships, THAAD missile defense systems, and various types of munitions.
But this deal was not just about shoring up the world’s defenses against ISIS and Iran, it was also about jobs in America.
See Barack, it is possible to make the world safer and add jobs to the US you blundering fool.
Thank God we have Trump.
“That was a tremendous day. Tremendous investments in the United States. Hundreds of billions of dollars of investments into the United States and jobs, jobs, jobs,” Trump said.
Gary Cohn, President Trump’s economic adviser agreed saying, “Saudi Arabia is going to hire US companies and invest a lot of money in the U.S. and have a lot of U.S. companies invest and build things over here,” according to a White House press pool report.