RIYADH/AMMAN/CAIRO, June 23 (Reuters) - Arab politicians and commentators greeted U.S. President Donald Trump's Middle East $50 billion economic vision with a mixture of derision and exasperation, although some in the Gulf called for it to be given a chance.
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