|2001.06||Trump sells the 45th floor of Trump World Tower to the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia for $4.5 million dollars. nydailynews.com (See also Trump Business, Conflicts of Interest)|
Trump was paid at least $5.7 million by the Saudi government since 2001.
|2001.07||Trump is sued for refusing to pay broker fees to a group who helped facilitate a $4.5 million dollar deal between him and Saudi Arabia. deadstate.org (See also Lawsuits, Trump Business)|
|2016.11.16||Saudi energy minister Khalid al-Falih warns Trump that trying to block oil sales from Saudi Arabia would harm the U.S. and the global economy. money.cnn.com|
|2016.12.09||Trump closes four companies with possible ties to Saudi Arabia after the election. pbs.org|
|2017.01.27||Trump's immigration ban excludes countries where he has done business or pursued potential deals. bloomberg.com (See also Conflicts of Interest, Egypt, Turkey, Azerbaijan, Muslim Immigration Ban)|
|2017.02.07||The Trump administration is poised to move quickly to approve major weapons packages for Saudi Arabia and Bahrain that President Obama blocked during his final months in office over human rights concerns m.washingtontimes.com (See also First 100 Days, Bahrain, Human Rights)|
|2017.03.17||Pressure from The United States and Saudi Arabia forces the G20 to drop any mention of Climate change financing in their draft statement. reuters.com (See also First 100 Days, Environment, Climate Change)|
|2017.06.05||Trump announced a $110 billion arms deal with Saudi Arabia in May to much fanfare, but the only problem is that it doesn't exist. brookings.edu (See also Corruption, False Statements)|
|2017.06.17||In the feud among nations in the Persian Gulf, Trump has supported those with which he does business, criticizing Qatar, differing sharply from the positions of the Pentagon and State Department. nytimes.com (See also Corruption, Conflicts of Interest, Foreign Policy, Rex Tillerson, Department of State)|
|2017.07.10||A few months before Trump encouraged Saudi Arabia and others to blockade Qatar, the real estate business owned by the family of his son-in-law, Jared Kushner, sought, and failed to get, a substantial investment from one of the Gulf State country’s wealthiest and most politically influential figures. bloomberg.com (See also Conflicts of Interest, Qatar, Jared Kushner)|
|2017.12.04||A construction company owned in part by the governments of Saudi Arabia and South Korea plans to build a Trump-branded luxury resort development in Indonesia despite a vow from Donald Trump that his family business would not make any deals with foreign government entities while he serves as president. mcclatchydc.com (See also Conflicts of Interest, Trump Business, False Statements)|
|2018.03.21||A cooperating witness in the special counsel investigation worked for more than a year to turn a top Trump fund-raiser into an instrument of influence at the White House for the rulers of Saudi Arabia and the United Arab Emirates. nytimes.com (See also Rex Tillerson, Corruption, Department of State, Iran)|
High on the agenda of the two men — George Nader, a political adviser to the de facto ruler of the U.A.E., and Elliott Broidy, the deputy finance chairman of the Republican National Committee — was pushing the White House to remove Secretary of State Rex W. Tillerson, backing confrontational approaches to Iran and Qatar and repeatedly pressing the president to meet privately outside the White House with the leader of the U.A.E.