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Firewall7
Man kann ja denken, was man will von Donald Trump. Doch eines muss man ihm lassen. Er macht in fast allen Lebenslagen eine recht gute Figur.
Bei der Veranstaltung kam er sich sicherlich vor wie Alice im Wunderland. Für ihn ist Politik denke ich, nichts anderes als ein Spiel.
Melania war sichtlich irritiert von der Veranstaltung. Sie war vemrutlich nicht darauf vorbereitet worden und wusste nicht, was man von ihr erwarten würde.
Mutig aber von ihr, bei der Ankunft einen Hosenanzug zu tragen, wo sie ja meist Kleider und Röcke trägt. Ein wenig rebellisch ist sie schon. Aber bei dem Mann muss sie das auch sein...hahaha. Sie erdet ihn.
Ich wollte noch anmerken, dass die Saudis in jedem Fall aufrüsten. Es ist ihnen egal, wer die Waffen liefert. Pragmatisch gedacht, wieso sollten dann nicht die USA die Waffen liefern ? Moral muss manchmal hinten an stehen, wenn es darum geht, das Bruttoinlandsprodukt zu steigern. Soll keine Entschuldigung sein, aber eine Erklärung.
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D ance your troubles away! Team Trump let their hair down on first night of international tour as they take part in traditional sword dance in Saudi Arabia
President Trump was spotted swaying as he took part in a ceremonial male-only sword dance on Saturday
Secretary of State Rex Tillerson and Commerce Secretary Wilbur Ross were filmed linking arms and awkwardly dancing as they held their swords
The dance took place ahead of a state dinner in Trump's honor with Saudi King Salman
Trump touched down in Saudi Arabia on Saturday morning after flying overnight on Air Force One
Saudi King presented Trump with the kingdom's top civilian honor, the gold King Abdulaziz medal
After two days of meetings in Riyadh, during which he is set to call for Arab nations to help in the fight against ISIS, Trump will travel to Israel .

Team Trump have let their hair down on the first night in Saudi Arabia by taking part in a traditional sword dance.
President Donald Trump was spotted swaying and smiling as he stood shoulder to shoulder with Saudis for the ceremonial male-only sword dance on Saturday.
Trump's Secretary of State Rex Tillerson and Commerce Secretary Wilbur Ross were more inclined to get involved as they linked arms with the men next to them and awkwardly danced to the drum beats as they held their swords.
The dance took place outside the King Abdulaziz Historical Center as First Lady Melania Trump, Trump's son-in-law Jared Kushner and daughter Ivanka watched on.
While Trump's Chief of Staff Reince Priebus and Chief Strategist Steve Bannon also made a brief appearance, they didn't appear to join in the ceremonial dancing.

The welcome took place before a state dinner in Trump's honor with the Saudi king and other senior Saudi royals.
The menu was set to include an array of dishes, including steak and ketchup alongside lamb and hefty portions of rice.
It comes after the Trumps were greeted by the Saudi king and a long red carpet when they landed in the capital, Riyadh, for the president's first overseas visit in office.
He touched down in the Middle East Saturday morning, hours after tweeting about his excitement for his first 'big foreign trip.'
Trump flew to Riyadh overnight on Air Force One – becoming the only president to make Saudi Arabia, or any majority Muslim country, his first stop overseas as president.
His arrival following a 6,700-mile flight was met with the pomp usually reserved for the likes of a Papal welcome in South America.
The president got the red carpet treatment – literally – and some airport workers took off their shoes before manicuring it with brooms in 97-degree heat.
The The welcome took place before a state dinner in Trump's honor with the Saudi king and other senior Saudi royals.
The menu was set to include an array of dishes, including steak and ketchup alongside lamb and hefty portions of rice.
It comes after the Trumps were greeted by the Saudi king and a long red carpet when they landed in the capital, Riyadh, for the president's first overseas visit in office.
He touched down in the Middle East Saturday morning, hours after tweeting about his excitement for his first 'big foreign trip.'
Trump flew to Riyadh overnight on Air Force One – becoming the only president to make Saudi Arabia, or any majority Muslim country, his first stop overseas as president.
His arrival following a 6,700-mile flight was met with the pomp usually reserved for the likes of a Papal welcome in South America.
The president got the red carpet treatment – literally – and some airport workers took off their shoes before manicuring it with brooms in 97-degree heat.
The Saudi King later presented Trump with the kingdom's top civilian honor, the gold King Abdulaziz medal, at the royal court.

Donald Trump Dances awkwardly at Saudi Kings Sword Dance.
Trump takes part in traditional Saudi sword dance.
Trump, White House officials bounce along to Saudi sword dance.

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