Pompeo Offers Advice for Joe Biden on Saudi Arabia

Joe Biden has labeled Saudi Arabia as a “pariah” over the death of a journalist.

Biden made a lot of promises on the campaign trail about Saudi Arabia, but he has not delivered.

In reality, Biden has just reversed his position out of desperation over oil.

Mike Pompeo recently weighed in on exactly how Joe Biden should handle this situation.

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Biden set this table, and it is hard to imagine not showing up at this meeting without his tail being between his legs.

The Saudis are going to want an apology, and if Joe wants his oil, there is probably no way around that.

Former Secretary of State Mike Pompeo had a bit of advice for Joe Biden…

Pompeo’s take is pretty interesting regarding how to deal with Saudi Arabia, but there are also many people who firmly believe the Saudi crown ordered the killing.

Do you think Pompeo is right in wanting to renew relations with Saudi or would you prefer to stay away from Saudi Arabia and hold them accountable for murder?

Let us know in the comments section below.

Source: Fox News

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