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Video || Trump Welcomed in Saudi Arabia With Traditional Sword Dance

And he even joins in, looking about as natural as you would imagine a real estate magnate from Queens hanging with the locals in Riyadh, Saudi Arabia.

I’m wondering if the Secret Service agreed in advance to choreography that put a sword litterally on the president’s neck, of if that was just a pleasant surprise for them.

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6 Responses to Video || Trump Welcomed in Saudi Arabia With Traditional Sword Dance

    • You make a key point: President Trump is a confident, happy warrior, as we have used that term in recent years. Obama was a morose, angry, intemperate, confused President. Behind that phony smile was an undeveloped, immature, paranoid personality.

  1. The swords do make it a little dicey but I am certain security was intense.

    Watch the man to his right, carrying the green wrapped flag or banner. He has a smile on his face and is clearly enjoying this and was proud. Trump did good.

    And if the left makes comments, which I am sure they did , will, and will continue to do, I can remember Barack Hussein bopping around in Africa and wearing many a cultural outfit.

  2. “I’m wondering if the Secret Service agreed in advance to choreography that put a sword litterally on the president’s neck, of if that was just a pleasant surprise for them.”

    I would say this is a subtle message for the President. A friendship this new is not to be trusted no matter how exotic and elaborate the shows of friendship are.

  3. President Trump is treated with more civility and respect in Saudi Arabia and Israel than in America. The phrase “ugly American” takes on new meanings these days.
    Those who are the first to demand respect and obeisance (ex: Senators, Congressmen, mayors, media, celebrities, to name a few) are the first to deny respect to the POTUS.
    I am pleased to see that our POTUS is deemed in the eyes of world leaders to be worthy of it as those who elected him do.