The “Twitter” War Between Saudi Prince and Donald Trump


Prince Alwaleed Bin Talal is a Saudi magnate, investor, philanthropist and member of the Saudi Royal Family. Founder of a few major companies, largest individual shareholder of Citigroup, second shareholding for 21st Century Fox, owner of Four Season Hotel in Paris and so much more.
It all started when the Prince lashed out at The Donald following controversial remarks made on his campaign trail threatening to ban all Muslims from entering America until the threat of terrorism was more under control.
Following Trump’s remarks last December, the prince said on Twitter: ‘.@realDonaldTrump You are a disgrace not only to the GOP but to all America. Withdraw from the U.S presidential race as you will never win.”

In the mean time, everything when back to peace when he said: “I was critical of what he said about Islam. I never interfere in U.S. politics, I never talked about his policy on immigration, about fiscal plans, about building the wall, etc. I only was critical of him when he attacked Islam. But as you know, Mr. Trump has [removed] from his website all those comments that were offending to our religion Islam. Accordingly, all the reasons that caused the skirmishes between me and Mr. Trump have disappeared” to Fox Business Network.

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