Trump should worry about Saudi Arabia carrying out another 9/11, says Iran

Trump should worry about Saudi Arabia carrying out another 9/11, says Iran

Trump should worry about Saudi Arabia carrying out another 9/11, says Iran

The leaked texts did not include the controversial phrase "radical Islamic terrorism".

Despite his earlier rigid stance on Islam, Donald Trump spoke about the religion in a very soft tone during his Saudi Arabia visit.

Now that he's president, Trump has changed his tune.

He explains: "We're in the Middle East".

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"We want foreign companies to look at Saudi Arabia as a platform for exports to other markets", Falih told a conference attended by dozens of USA executives. While many presidents adjust their commentary once they depart the campaign trail and travel overseas, Trump's speech to Gulf Arab leaders featured a much softer tone than his large-scale rallies a year ago.

"We are not here to lecture - we are not here to tell other people how to live, what to do, who to be, or how to worship", Trump said. "Anyone who can not name our enemy is not fit to lead this country".

"That means honestly confronting the crisis of Islamic extremism, and the Islamists and Islamic terror of all kinds".

The president stuck mainly to the script for most his historic speech, but his inclusion of "Islamic terrorism" came as a shock to some.

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"Yet in every country, including United States, women and girls face unique challenges that hold them back from full and meaningful participation in all parts of society", added Trump, who wore a powder blue designer suit; the rest of the women in attendance at the roundtable wore traditional Muslim garb, their hair covered in abayas or scarves, according to reporters traveling with the first family.

"Palestinians are ready to reach for peace", Trump said.

"I think that would be a awful abdication of our global leadership when it comes to advocating for people who are the subject of persecution, or imprisoned, or journalists that are thrown in jail, or people not allowed to practice their faith", Rep. Adam Schiff, D-Calif., said on CNN. "These attacks, they're not done by Swedish people, that I can tell you".

Zarif was responding to remarks made by Trump during his visit to Saudi Arabia, in which the USA president called on all nations to work towards isolating Iran.

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Trump's visit to Saudi Arabia marks the beginning of a new chapter in the president's fight against terrorism. "Hillary must return all money from such countries!" Cuffed at the sleeves and cinched at the waist with a large gold belt, the flowing look closely resembled an abaya, which her spokeswoman Stephanie Grisham said was not a coincidence. "Saudi Arabia giving $25 million, Qatar, all of these countries".

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