The Syrian leader, once a political pariah, is now being welcomed back by many of the countries that cut him off 10 years ago, despite ongoing U.S. opposition.
"Nobody's going to turn a blind eye to this," said Dave Harden, a former senior official at the U.S. Agency for International Development.
"These properties are not publicized out of security and privacy concerns, and not out of secrecy or an attempt to hide them," the palace said in a statement.
King Abdullah II said that he and other regional leaders are still waiting to find out what will be in the White House proposal.
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The Jordanian leader addressed European parliament about the root of Islamic extremism in region.
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