At a press conference at the White House on April 3, US President Donald Trump said he plans to charge Saudi Arabia if the monarchy wants US troops to stay in Syria.
US President Donald Trump said on April 3 that Saudi Arabia should pay if it wants to maintain the US presence in Syria.
“We have almost completed this task [of defeating Daesh] and we will make a decision very quickly, in coordination with others in the region, as to what we will do,” the US president said at a press conference Common to the White House with the leaders of three Baltic countries. “Saudi Arabia is very interested in our decision and I said,” Well, you know, if you want us to stay, maybe you’ll have to pay, “he added. .
“Think about it, seven trillion dollars over a period of 17 years and we have nothing, nothing but death and destruction, it’s horrible, it’s time, it’s time,” he said. hammered, pursuing: “We have had a lot of success against Daesh, we will be successful militarily, but sometimes it’s time to go home and we think about it very seriously.”
Donald Trump had spoken with Saudi King Salmane bin Abdulaziz Al Saud on the phone the day before to discuss a series of regional issues, including a peace plan between Israelis and Palestinians, and opportunities to strengthen the peace process. US-Saudi strategic partnership.
“We do a lot of things in this country, we do it for a lot of reasons, but it’s very expensive for our country, and it helps a lot of other countries, a lot more than that helps us,” Donald said. Trump at an event in Ohio last week .