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18 May 2017 By Andy Critchlow

The U.S. president is heading to Riyadh to rejuvenate an ailing alliance. Trade has suffered and America’s shale oil boom has undermined the kingdom’s status as a key energy supplier and security priority. Rather than build confidence, Trump’s trip could open old wounds.

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