U.S. President Barack Obama told Al Arabiya News Channel that the Summit held yesterday was a success and the meeting was “to deepen and broaden” the already “excellent relationship” between D.C. and the GCC (Gulf Cooperation Council) allies.
“The intentions here were to deepen and broaden what is already an excellent relationship between the GCC countries and the United States,” Obama said.
This is not a satire. This is what he told the interviewer.
All but two of the allies with whom he has this wonderful relationship sent in the scrubinis!
Maybe they didn’t come because they thought he said it was a Golf Summit not a Gulf Summit.
We know the truth – Obama was steaming.
King Hamad of Bahrain went to the horse show with Queen Elizabeth instead of going to the Summit. Here he is yucking it up with her.
On Iran, Obama said that plans had been made for “joint capabilities to address destabilizing activities and conflicts in the region, some of these are related to concerns surrounding Iran.”
Obama boasted about his relationship with the late King Abdullah. “I had a great relationship with King Abdullah who is deeply missed,” he said.
In January of this year, NBC’s Robert Engel said that King Abdullah “did not like President Obama. A lot of people I know that are close to the late King Abdullah said that the king could not stand President Obama,” Engel said. The reason was Obama’s support for the Arab Spring and his betrayal of Hosni Mubarak in Egypt.
During the interview, Obama also praised King Salmon who was MIA from the summit. No word on where he was.
Continuing the strange delusion, Obama said, “What I’m optimistic about it is that the GCC countries represent stability and also I think an awareness of the need for us to be able to move together,” he said.
They’re all moving, but not together.
Source: al arabiya