General Jack Keane said President Trump’s landmark visit to the Middle East appears to be creating an Arab NATO to combat terrorism.
Trump is meeting with King Salman of Saudi Arabia, King Hamad of Bahrain, President El-Sisi of Egypt and several other Mideast leaders.
Keane said Trump is “revitalizing” America’s relationship with Saudi Arabia and other friendly Arab countries, which those nations see as a change from being “abandoned” by President Obama.
“The Sunni Arabs feel largely abandoned by the Obama administration,” he said, noting that Obama instead worked with Shiite-majority Iran. Read more at Fox News.