“No, we shouldn’t stop reading the New York Times and the Washington Post; it’s important to understand what we’re being told to believe."
-- Ray McGovern, former CIA analyst
Friday, May 19, 2017
Many people view Donald Trump as the most dangerous man on the planet, but next week he flies to Saudi Arabia for a three-day visit during which he will meet a man who surely runs him a close second as a source of instability. This is deputy crown prince Mohammed bin Salman, 31 – the de facto ruler of Saudi Arabia since his father King Salman, 81, is incapacitated by old age – who has won a reputation for impulsiveness, aggression and poor judgement in the two-and-half years he has held power.