President Biden Will Not Speak To Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman. Will Only Speak To His Father Saudi King Salman bin Abdulaziz

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President Joe Biden will recalibrate American relations with Saudi Arabia and will communicate through Saudi King Salman bin Abdulaziz rather than Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman 

 * President Joe Biden will recalibrate American relations with Saudi Arabia 
 * That will include communicating through Saudi King Salman bin Abdulaziz rather than Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman 
 * Move is a marked contrast to Trump; Jared Kushner was close to MBS
 * ‘We’ve made clear from the beginning that we’re going to recalibrate our relationship with Saudi Arabia,’ White House press secretary Jen Psaki said 
 * President Biden’s first call to a leader in the Middle East would be with Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu 
 * Still no timeline on when Biden will call as Israelis wonder what is the wait 
 * ‘Soon,’ Psaki said of when Biden would ring Netanyahu 
President Joe Biden will recalibrate American relations with Saudi Arabia and will communicate through Saudi King Salman bin Abdulaziz rather than Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman, the White House said Tuesday. 
‘We’ve made clear from the beginning that we’re going to recalibrate our relationship with Saudi Arabia,’ White House press secretary Jen Psaki said at her briefing on Tuesday. 
She said part of that recalibration would include Biden speaking to the Saudi king, instead of Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman – a marked change in policy from the Trump administration. 
WNU Editor: Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman is the person who is ruling Saudi Arabia. His 85 year old father is just a figurehead. 
This “new” White House policy to have President Biden only dealing with the King is not going to work. This is not how international relations work.
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