Trump Era: Saudi Purge Signals Death Of Bush/Clinton Globalism
The Clinton and Bush era of the last 30 years is about to come to an end in light of the sudden Saudi Arabian purge of Clinton and Bush allies.
A significant development tied to Clinton’s downfall is the sudden purge of corrupt royalty in Saudi Arabia by King Salman, including ten princes and 38 senior cabinet members.
It’s worth noting that Saudi Arabia accounted for 20% of the Clinton campaign’s funding in 2016.
Among the royals arrested was billionaire and Clinton Foundation donor Al-Waleed bin Talal, best known for picking a fight with Trump on Twitter during the 2016 Presidential Election.
Trump, being a counterpuncher, hit back in kind.
It’s also well-known that the Bush and Clinton family are closely tied to each other, as W. Bush has referred to Bill Clinton as “a brother from another mother,” and they’ve worked together for years on initiatives like the Presidential Leadership Scholars program.
The Bush family has also had a close relationship with Saudi Arabia going back decades.
Former Saudi Ambassador Prince Bandar was known as “Bandar Bush” due to his longtime friendship with George W. Bush.
The former president even helped Bandar get out the U.S. days after 9/11.
“After he met on Sept. 13, 2001, with President Bush in the White House, where the two old family friends shared cigars on the Truman Balcony, the FBI evacuated dozens of Saudi officials from multiple cities, including at least one Osama bin Laden family member on the terror watch list,” reported the New York Post last year.
“Instead of interrogating the Saudis, FBI agents acted as security escorts for them, even though it was known at the time that 15 of the 19 hijackers were Saudi citizens.”
Saudi Arabia’s purge of pro-Clinton royalty like bin Talal is more evidence that the old guard establishment is finished with the Clinton/Bush machine because their brand of globalism is failing.