The Washington Times
Saudi Arabia’s Deputy Crown Prince Muhammad bin Salman arrived in Washington this week to meet with President Trump and his team and to reset the U.S.-Saudi relationship, which hit an all-time low during the Obama administration. If the two sides agree — and there is ample reason to believe they will — much progress can be made on containing Iran, defeating the Islamic State (ISIS) and al Qaeda and, at long last, helping resolve the Israeli-Palestine conflict. The two sides are also likely to find ways to create jobs in the United States through trade and investment, a subject dear to Mr. Trump.

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