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New York Times disclosure of the conversation between Trump and Ben Salman

According to informed sources, the former US president recently had a conversation with Saudi Crown Prince Bin Salman, and this is their first disclosed conversation since Trump left the White House in January 2021.

Two officials who were not authorized to speak on the matter told The New York Times that the content of former US President Donald Trump’s conversation with Mohammed bin Salman is not known, but that the conversation took place in The situation is that the administration of Joe Biden, the current president of the United States, is negotiating with the Saudis about a so-called “West Asia peace plan”.

In addition to the fact that the topic of the conversation between Trump and Bin Salman is not clear, it is also not known whether this was the only conversation they had since Trump left the White House. Representatives of Trump and the Saudi government did not respond to the New York Times’ request in this regard.

However, the news of their conversation is published at a time when the Biden government is involved in sensitive negotiations with the Saudis with the alleged aim of “establishing sustainable peace in the West Asia”, which is based on the diplomatic relations between the Zionist regime and a number of Arab countries, which is based on the government Trump was put.

So that Biden can reach a tripartite agreement – possibly including a Saudi-Israeli peace deal, Tel Aviv’s commitment to a two-state solution, a US-Saudi defense treaty, and a US-Saudi understanding on the civilian nuclear program in Saudi Arabia – he needs the support of two-thirds of the senators to approve the US-Saudi treaty.

Meanwhile, Donald Trump, as the presumptive Republican nominee who dominates his party, could potentially block any deal or give congressional Republicans the green light to approve it.

However, Trump has other reasons for maintaining warm relations with Prince Bin Salman. This former American president and Jared Kushner, his son-in-law and former White House senior adviser, established close relations with bin Salman during his presidency and have used this goodwill in their private business since leaving the government.

But the Saudi Crown Prince is not the only foreign leader Trump has interacted with recently. Trump hosted Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orbán at his expensive Florida mansion last month, the second meeting they have held in two years. One of Trump’s close friends said that it was Orban who was looking for this meeting.

Source: ISNA

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