This northern summer, Saudi Arabia guaranteed the Trump government $US100 million ($140 million) to help stabilise regions in Syria free from Islamic State.
That cash landed in American reports Tuesday, US time, the Identical day that US Secretary of State Mike Pompeo landed from the Saudi capital, Riyadh, for talks with the kingdom’s leaders concerning the destiny of a missing Saudi dissident
Securing the financing is a triumph for President Donald Trump, who’s whined about how much the United States spends abroad and also has attempted to get allies to foot more of the bill. However, the time of this cash’s arrival raised eyebrows among some of those bureaucrats whose apps will benefit from the influx of money.
“The timing of this is no denying,” said an American official engaged in Syria policy that spoke on condition of anonymity. The official confirmed that the cash came on Tuesday