Crown Prince of Saudi Arabia
A fiery drone strike disrupted oil production at two giant Saudi facilities over the weekend. Secretary of State Mike Pompeo blames Iran.
Mohammed bin Salman shared an impish grin with Putin and Trump praised him as his "friend."
The White House adviser told Axios he's noncommittal on holding Saudi Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman responsible for the journalist's murder.
“This is a very powerful room, and I know there’s a lot of very powerful people here," the comedian said before alluding to Kushner's ties to MBS.
The former Blackwater chief said the campaign huddle focused on "Iran policy," and suggested a congressional hearing transcript when he failed to mention it was inaccurate.
The country rejected a bipartisan resolution that blamed Saudi Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman for the killing of journalist Jamal Khashoggi.
Another resolution blames the Saudi crown prince for the death of Jamal Khashoggi — the first time any U.S. government entity has declared that publicly.
Kushner has reportedly flouted White House protocol by having private, informal conversations with Prince Mohammed bin Salman.
"There's not a smoking gun. There's a smoking saw," Lindsey Graham said.
The president also can't understand why Europe's leaders aren't a fan of nationalism.
President Donald Trump used the summit in Argentina to make his own trade deals.
The two leaders were seen embracing one another warmly in Buenos Aires.
"Unless you speak Arabic, what are you going to get from it?" Trump's national security adviser said.
Mohammed bin Salman is under fire for his role in the murder of journalist Jamal Khashoggi.
The Saudi crown prince is visiting allies in the Middle East for the first time since the murder of the journalist.
The day before, the president brushed aside the Saudi crown prince's alleged role in the murder of Jamal Khashoggi.
Prince Mohammed bin Salman, whose country doesn't recognize the right to religious freedom, had a two hour meeting with prominent evangelical leaders.
The Saudi story of how the Washington Post contributor was killed changes again.
The crown prince likely acted because he believed he had nothing to fear from the U.S., said John Sawers, former head of foreign intelligence.
Investigators are looking into the possibility that the missing journalist's remains may have been taken to a forest outside Istanbul or to another city.