On March 20, 2018, President sat beside Saudi crown prince Muhammed bin Salman at the White House and lifted a giant map that said Saudi weapons purchases would support jobs in “key” states — including Pennsylvania, Michigan, Florida and Ohio, all of which were crucial to Trump’s .

“Saudi Arabia has been a very great friend and a big purchaser of equipment … but if you look, in terms of dollars, $3 billion, $533 million, $525 million — that’s peanuts for you. You should have increased it,” Trump to the prince, who was (and still is) overseeing a military campaign in Yemen that has deployed U.S. weaponry to commit of alleged war crimes.

Trump has used his job as commander-in-chief

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