Saudis are often criticized for donald trump I decided to keep them. “There are human rights problems in this country too.‘ said Trump (quoted by businessinsider.com).
“Saudi Arabia is putting a lot of effort and a lot of money into it.”
“These people have great minds, they are phenomenal people, they have unlimited money.Mr Trump told The Times: Sarah B. Snyder, a historian of U.S. diplomacy at American University, has a similar line of thinking.
“What do you think? Is our country so innocent?” “Whether it is a human rights violation, a military intervention abroad, a strong and aggressive defense of U.S. interests, or the foreign policy interests of other countries, the U.S. record I didn’t think the U.S. necessarily needed to uphold a different standard,” Snyder told Insider.
His willingness to support and express admiration for authoritarian governments, whether it be Russia’s Vladimir Putin or Saudi Arabia’s royal family, does not surprise me.
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Alison Leal-Parker, managing director of the US program at Human Rights Watch, gave her take on the situation. “All previous administrations, including the current one, including the Biden administration, have been held accountable for human rights abuses,” Parker said.
“But the Donald Trump administration is right at the bottom in the history of human rights abuses in the United States,” Human Rights First researcher Kenji Kizuki told Insider. It is a humanitarian disgrace and a legal farce to continue to separate and deport people seeking asylum.”
Snyder was talking about the Trump administration. “Given his performance during the election campaign and in the White House, he does not believe that one of the U.S. government’s top priorities should be protecting human rights,” Snyder said.
“And I’m talking about protecting human rights at home. I don’t think he cares even more about the rights of people living outside the United States.”