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Trump says Saudi Arabia will pay the U.S.for sending more troops

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Trump says Saudi Arabia will pay the U.S.for sending more troops

Trump says Saudi Arabia will pay the U.S.for sending more troops

Speaking to reporters on Friday U.S. President Donald Trump said the U.S. is sending more troops to Saudi Arabia.

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