Nearly four months after he skipped President Barack Obama's high-profile Camp David summit, Saudi Arabia’s King Salman arrived at the White House to find a strengthened Obama and less leeway to influence U.S. policy toward Iran.
The elderly Arab monarch's White House visit Friday came just days after Obama secured the Senate votes he needs for the Iran nuclear deal to survive Congress.
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