ICYMI: Senate Dems Press for Disclosure of Trump Biz Ties to Saudi Arabia
This week, 11 Senate Dems sent a letter to President Trump and the Trump Organization seeking a full accounting of any financial ties between the Trump Organization and the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia. The senators’ letter follow the disappearance and reported killing of Jamal Khashoggi, a resident of the United States and Washington Post journalist.
“It is imperative that this sanctions determination, and U.S. policy towards Saudi Arabia generally, are not influenced by any conflicts of interest that may exist because of your or your family’s deep financial ties to Saudi Arabia,” the senators wrote in the letter.
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