President Donald Trump and Saudi King Salam signed agreements at the Royal Court Palace on Saturday.
President Donald Trump and Saudi King Salam signed agreements at the Royal Court Palace on Saturday. Evan Vucci AP
President Donald Trump and Saudi King Salam signed agreements at the Royal Court Palace on Saturday. Evan Vucci AP

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