US military veterans are being sent on all-expenses paid trips to Washington on the Saudi government’s dime to lobby against the Justice Against Sponsors of Terrorism Act (JASTA) that allows victims of 9/11 to sue foreign governments, the New York Post reports. A number of veterans have told the New York Post that they were horrified to discover they were part of a ploy to pressure Washington to prevent justice for the families of the victims of 9/11. According to the vets, Saudi Arabia solicits them through an intermediary to go on an all-expenses paid trips to Washington so that they can pressure lawmakers to amend the Justice Against Sponsors of Terrorism Act (JASTA). The four day trips include airfare, food and drinks, and accommodation at none other than the Trump International Hotel. Now this news about US armed forces Veterans being bribed by Saudi Arabia with luxury trips in hopes that U.S. Veterans would turn against 9/11 families, and it's good now that Veterans of the U.S. Armed Forces are coming out against these bribes now from Saudi Arabia. The good thing about veterans telling the truth about Saudi Arabia bribing them with luxury trips around the world in hopes they would go against 9/11 victim families, we could possibly see President Trump add Saudi Arabia to an immigration ban from nations who support Islamic terrorism. If it's one group that would make President Trump prosecute Saudi Arabia in some form, it's President Trump's favorite group of Americans...And that is the military and people who served in our armed forces. With US veterans now admitting that Saudi Arabia bribed them with luxuries to speak out against 9\11 victim families...Saudi Arabia being a U.S. ally is now likely on a very short leash. There's one group in America that you do not use to reap rewards in America under Trump, and now that Saudi Arabia is proven to use US Veterans against 9\11 victim families through bribery...Don't expect Trump to be nice to Saudi Arabia very shortly.