US President Donald Trump countered the entire evaluation of CIA that Saudi Crown Prince Mohammed Bin Salman was accountable for the brutal killing of The Washington Post contributor columnist, as well as Saudi journalist Jamal Khashoggi, asserting that the investigation agency has assumption but they did not have directly charged the Crown Prince for the death.

Trump continued his resistant remarks to the reporters from the Mar-a -Lago resort of Florida on the judgement of CIA which professed the vivid involvement of the Saudi Crown Prince in the brutal murder of Khashoggi. Trump intensively denies the CIA’s assessment of the Saudi Crown Prince. He repeated his own conclusion, that “maybe he did, maybe he didn’t”.

Trump said, “I hate the crime, I hate the coverup. I will tell you this: The crown prince hates it more than I do, and they have vehemently denied it ”. The Saudi Crown Prince has not seen to be repentant for the killing case.

The US President said, “Maybe the world should be held accountable because the world is a very, very vicious place”.

The US President has been quite irritated for the persistent surveillance on the killing of the Saudi journalists. According to the advisers, the US President was thinking to close a chapter of the killing matter and his confounding statements tarnished Khashoggi, countered CIA and admired Saudi Arabia.

Trump said, “Till this happened, there were a lot of people saying a lot of good things about the crown prince ”.

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