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>> We will know very soon->> President Trump said on Monday that while he did not want to lose the business relationship with Saudi Arabia, he still wasn't happy with the Kingdom's varying accounts on the death of journalist Jamal Khashoggi.>> I am not satisfied with what I've heard.
I don't wanna lose all of that investment that's been made in our country. I don't wanna lose $110 billion in terms of investment, but we're gonna get to the bottom of it, yeah.>> Those comments came as US secretary of states Steve Mnuchin met with Saudi crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman.
A tweet from the Saudi Foreign Ministry saying the two stress the importance of the Saudi-US strategic partnership. Mnuchin has said the Kingdom's explanation over the Saudi critique's killing was not enough, but added that it was premature to discuss sanctions against Riyadh over the incident.>> German chancellor Angela Merkel mean while taking a more decisive step, bowing to halt all arms export to Riyadh, until the case is cleared up.
Saudi officials have struggled to explain the circumstances around the killing and its consulate Istanbul,>> We're gonna know a lot over the next two days about the Saudi situation.>> A Turkish intelligence source telling Reuters that a top aide for the crown prince ran the journalist's brutal killing by giving orders via Skype.
Instructing the 15 man hit team to dispose of the body, saying quote, bring me the head of the dog. Turkish sources also say that authorities in Istanbul have an audio recording, reportedly documenting Khashoggi's torture and murder. The body of the Washington Post columnist has not been found, and Turkish authorities have his fiancé under 24 hour police protection.