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Trump backs Saudi Arabia despite Khashoggi killing

SBS Tuesday, 20 November 2018
Trump backs Saudi Arabia despite Khashoggi killingUS President Donald Trump says the United States will stand by Saudi Arabia, even if Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman may have known about Jamal Khashoggi's murder.
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News video: Donald Trump Defends Saudi Arabia Despite Khashoggi Murder: 'It's All About America First'

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President Donald Trump has strongly defended his country's ties with Saudi Arabia despite the murder of US-based journalist Jamal Kashoggi. The Republican said he wouldn't strain relations with the kingdom because Riyadh is investing "hundreds of billions of dollars" in the US and that for him "it's...

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