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Serious Comments Made by the New US President on Gulf States

Reports / November 10 / Yamanyooon

Translated by: Malak Almakhadi

Written by: Ibrahim Jadar

Republican presidential candidate, Donald Trump, won the US election to become the new president of the United States, while the candidate of the Democratic party, Hillary Clinton, lost but was a great rival competing Trump. Trump had the largest share in international support and external support. After he won the elections, attitudes quickly changed and international reactions varied among acceptance and rejection.

Martin Schulz, President of the European Parliament, commented on Donald Trump’s election stating that the new US president will make it harder for the European Union, according to remarks published by some of the US agencies. Martin also wishes to see cooperation in work and emphasized respect for the next president of the United States.

As to the Russian stance, which is the biggest opponent and rival of America, Putin was quick to congratulate Trump and expressed his hope for cooperation to eject the US-Russian relations from crisis and tensions experienced by the two countries. International reactions continue where the German Justice Minister, Heiko Mass, wrote on Twitter that Trump to be the next US president will not be the end of the world, but it would drive it into more insanity.

As for the Arab reactions, some supported and others opposed with fear, especially Gulf states, which are considered to be among the most primary supporters of candidate Hillary Clinton, hoping for her to defeat Trump whom is looked at by Gulf state as an unqualified president because of his policies towards Gulf states.
They have been fighting Trump during all his election campaigns, especially after he promised that he would make them pay for the American protection, especially Saudi Arabia, calling the Saudi kingdom the “milking cow”.
In one of his election campaign, he said in front of the National Congress that the Gulf states have nothing but money and that they would not exist without the United States.

After Trump won, he also stated that the Saudi regime is fighting Yemen for the oil presence there, calling anyone who doesn’t think so an idiot.
In one of his election campaigns, he said in front of the National Congress that the Gulf states have nothing but money and that they would not exist without the United States.

After Trump won, he also said that the Saudi regime is fighting Yemen for the oil present there, calling anyone who doesn’t think so an idiot.

Moreover, the world awaits the new leadership of the United States, particularly because of its presence in Iraq and its being a part of the global war against Daesh. The US has also been a major part of the Syrian crisis , which is the main axis of disagreement with Russia. However, their have been successful dialogues and continuous informational coordination in Aleppo and in the region in general.

In the end, the question that comes to the mind of the world’s opinion is will Trump implement his promises on Gulf states or will he drown in Saudi money as those who preceded him did, will he follow the same steps? we will leave the upcoming days to answer as witnessed by …

 

 

 

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