File - Prince Alwaleed bin Talal is seen leaving the High Court in London in this July 2, 2013.(REUTERS/Neil Hall)
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Saudi business magnate Prince Alwaleed bin Talal Thursday put aside his bitter clash with Donald Trump and embraced the Republican U.S. president-elect.Prince Alwaleed, in a wide-ranging telephone interview on CNBC, said he planned to meet Trump in the United States soon.Prince Alwaleed also cited reports that Trump had deleted some of his posts on Twitter referencing Muslims.Earlier Thursday, Prince Alwaleed congratulated Trump on his presidential victory via Twitter, almost a year after the two had clashed on the social media site.Prince Alwaleed said Thursday he did not regret criticizing Trump during the campaign but that he hoped a Trump presidency would be different than what he promised during his campaign.
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