Trump Asks Reporters if Missing Journalist Is U.S. Citizen, Points out Saudi Arabia Spends Billions in U.S.

‘First I want to find out what happened, and we’re looking’

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Trump Asks Reporters if Missing Journalist is U.S. Citizen, Points Out Saudi Arabia Spends Billions in U.S. (Mediaite)

President Donald Trump avoided discussing consequences for Saudi Arabia after its suspected role in the disappearance of Washington Post columnist Jamal Khashoggi, opting to emphasize the country’s value to the U.S. instead.

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