Tuesday, May 23, 2017
The Rasmussen Minute: Trump's Arab Spring
Terror warrior Donald Trump arrived in Saudi Arabia to a king's welcome on the first stop of his first foreign trip as President of the United States. His message to the more than 50 Arab and Muslim leaders who gathered for the occasion was one of partnership, strength and determination in forming a coalition of Middle Eastern and African nations to fight terrorism.
Less than 48 hours after President Trump's call to arms against Islamic terror in the heart of the Muslim world, a suicide bomber killed over 20 people and injured scores more at an Ariana Grande concert in Manchester, England.
The aftermath of bloody images at the scene, which have become all too familiar in Europe and throughout the world, were eerily similar to those Trump warned against during his speech in the Saudi Kingdom, which is the subject of this week's Rasmussen Minute.