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Trump’s original infrastructure plan was to hand part of US infrastructure to the Saudi Government and Blackstone, generating some of the new revenue streams that the Saudi government has been seeking. We don’t know if his plan involved tolled roads, owned by Saudi Arabia, or debt. Either way, once the US frees itself from energy dependence upon Saudi Arabia, they would still control Americans and US foreign policy by owning its infrastructure. There’s no reason to believe that his plan has changed, though the amount that they proposed in 2017 is inadequate for needs. There are many other oil rich countries with sovereign wealth funds, too, who are seeking new revenue streams for the petroleum free future.
Trump has done business with rich Saudis for at least 32 years. The Saudi government has continued to back Islamic extremists, as well as making people more open to extremism through their policies…
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