Saudi billionaire prince trolls Trump on Twitter

Says the presidential candidate may need to be bailed out once again by him


News Desk January 30, 2016
Donald Trump (L), Saudi Prince Alwaleed bin Talal. PHOTOS: AFP

A Saudi prince may have just claimed the throne after a war of words with Donald Trump once again on Twitter.

Prince Alwaleed bin Talal stated on the social media website that he's bailed the billionaire out twice - and suggested the GOP presidential frontrunner might need his help a third time.

The altercation was initiated by Trump, who retweeted a badly Photoshopped image showing the prince with Fox News host Megyn Kelly, calling him a co-owner of the network:

https://twitter.com/realDonaldTrump/status/692701142803939329

However, according to CNN his stake is worth 1% only.

The prince's tweet included news stories showing he bought Trump's yacht in 1991, which had been turned over to creditors when he was $900 million in debt, reports Buzzfeed.



He also included a link to a story which claimed Alwaleed bin Talal was part of the group that bought New York City's Plaza Hotel from Trump in 1995 in a ‘bailout’ valued at $325 million.

The two clashed on Twitter last year when Prince Talal reacted to the Republican presidential frontrunner’s proposal that all Muslims should be temporarily barred from entering the United States.

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The duo also clashed on Twitter last year when Prince Talal, reacted to the Republican presidential frontrunner’s proposal that all Muslims should be temporarily barred from entering the United States.

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The prince branded Trump a disgrace and said he should pull out of the race for the White House.



Trump responded with:

https://twitter.com/realDonaldTrump/status/675523728055410689

COMMENTS (7)

nasser | 5 years ago | Reply @Bunny Rabbit: Brother the day immigrants left US it would become a huge head without brain.
Bunny Rabbit | 5 years ago | Reply Both are equally rich and beyond caring . But DT is right in a way - why cant these refugees go to rich muslim countries like KSA or Brunei. Why crowd to Europe or US ?
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