Jamal Khashoggi

"It wasn’t the stiff, uptight, you know, kind of snobby-type atmosphere at the PGA tour," the Georgia Republican said.
Not only is Trump taking money in controversial Saudi "sport washing" event, now he's using the presidential seal which gives the impression of U.S. support.
U.S. citizen and civil rights attorney Asim Ghafoor was detained by United Arab Emirates security agents at Dubai International Airport earlier this week.
Trump defended Mohammed bin Salman, but Biden's approach – promising a new U.S.-Saudi relationship, then changing course – is even better for the prince.
“I raised it at the top of the meeting, making it clear what I thought of it at the time and what I think of it now,” Biden said.
The president is in Saudi Arabia for a controversial visit that many national security experts and Democratic lawmakers believe will do little to serve the U.S.
The district renamed the street in front of the Saudi embassy for its role in the killing of journalist Jamal Khashoggi in 2018.
A United Nations human rights report calls for a criminal investigation into Saudi Crown Prince Mohammed Bin Salman for his role in the murder of journalist Jamal Khashoggi.
Golfer Phil Mickelson, on the other hand, went for the money, though he called the Saudis "scary motherf**kers."
The former No. 1 golfer, who is leading a series of Saudi Arabia-funded tournaments in England, called the journalist's death "a mistake" the country's leaders can learn from.