US President Donald Trump told that the clarification has been got from Saudi Arabia, about the death of the journalist Jamal Khashoggi in Turkey, did not satisfy him and, as well as he does not agree to lose the investment from Riyadh.

After the conversation with the ruler of the world’s top oil exporter Prince Mohammed Bin Salman, Mr Trump told the reporters that he want Turkey and Saudi Arabia works on the killing case jointly.

For joining the investigation team to work on Khashoggi killing case, CIA Director Gina Haspel was travelling to Turkey.

Mr Trump told the reporters, “ I am not satisfied with what I have heard. I don’t want to lose all that investment that has been made in our country. But we are going to get to the bottom of it.”

Later he told it seems to him that the death was a “ plot went awry”.

In the expression of Mr Trump, it is clearly seen that he is entirely reluctant to punish Saudis through the economic strategy, evoking the purchases of the oil kingdom around multibillion-dollar which they spent to get the military equipment from the US and their commercial investments on the US companies.

According to the Saudi State Media, Prince Mohammed met with the Treasury Secretary of US, Steven Mnuchin and conversed about the significance of the strategic partnership between Saudi Arabia and the US. The representative of Mnuchin told in twitter that the discussion between two leaders was focussed on the issues of Iran sanctions and the investigation matter of Khashoggi, as well as the economic issues of Saudi Arabia.

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