John Oliver borrowed a few moves from the WWE playbook to take over the organization because of its close relationship with Saudi Arabia on Sunday in the episode Last Week Tonight.
Oliver said that President Donald Trump and his representatives were too comfortable with Saudi Arabia, whose government is led by Prince Mohammed bin Salman, aka MBS. "Trump's intention of" Bromance "with [bin Salman] is bad news, because if you set no limits on a depressing regime, they will always ask," How far can we get through this? "And as we've seen this week, the answer could be pretty much anything," Oliver said, referring to the disappearance of Washington post columnist Jamal Khashoggi, a vociferous critic of the Saudi government, who appeared to be in the Consulate of the Kingdom had gone in Turkey and never showed up.
Oliver likened the Saudi Prince's relationship with Trump to a babysitter with a lumbering child, comparing the influx of cash to the US to a young caregiver indicting Twizzlers. "Oh, I thought that would be difficult, but if you just want Twizzlers, I've got loads of them ̵
According to Oliver, MBS is not only interested in bringing business to the Kingdom. Oliver noted that "PR Push by MBS is not just about attracting companies, it's about changing the way Saudi Arabia sees the world." To this end, it has a 10-year contract with one of the WWE closed its first event in Saudi Arabia in April, and audiences around the world have been wall-to-wall Wall propaganda about the new Saudi Arabia faced, including video shows women happy driving, men dancing and tourist destinations, as well as constantly excited compliments throughout the broadcast. "19659004] Oliver played radio clips in which commentators praised the country and superstar John Cena thanked the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia At the end of the clip role, Oliver added the punchline, "Wow. It seems that the WWE is so open pro-Saudi Arabia as latent homoerotic, that is intense.
WWE responded to criticism of their ties to the kingdom in a brief reading: "We are currently monitoring the situation," CBS Sports reports.