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Enemedia hits Trump for staying silent on human rights while in Saudi Arabia

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Now all of a sudden the enemedia cares about human rights violations in Muslim countries? Incredible. Obama gave billions to Muslim countries with long records of human rights violations — most notably the Islamic Republic of Iran — and the AP and WaPo and CNN never said a word. Bloody hypocrites. Their only interest is in bringing President Trump down.

“Trump lavishes praise on Saudis, but silent on human rights,” by Julie Pace and Vivian Salama, AP, May 21, 2017 (thanks to Mark):

RIYADH, Saudi Arabia — As President Donald Trump opened his keynote address in Saudi Arabia, he lavished praise on the “magnificent” kingdom and “the grandeur of this remarkable place.”

Then he made clear there would be no public lecture from America on Saudi Arabia’s abysmal human rights record.

“We are not here to tell other people how to live, what to do, who to be, or how to worship,” Trump declared Sunday.

Trump’s willingness to set aside human rights as a principal foreign policy has been one constant in his chaotic administration. Yet the absence of any public reference to the the kingdom’s treatment of women and political opponents during his two-day visit was still jarring, particularly when contrasted with his affectionate embrace of the royal family.

The closest Trump came to acknowledging the human rights situation was a call for the region’s leaders to stand together against “the oppression of women.” A White House official later said the president did raise women’s rights in his private meetings with Saudi officials, and noted that administration officials broached the topic in their talks in the lead-up to the trip. The official insisted on anonymity in order to discuss the private meetings.

To be sure, Trump’s predecessors have also forged close ties with Saudi Arabia, an important U.S. partner in the Middle East, and other nations with questionable human rights records. But in their own ways, former Presidents Barack Obama and George W. Bush each vouched for American values in their dealings with those nations, including the kingdom….

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