Saudi Arabia "is not an ally that deserves this kind of military intervention, especially because there's been no connection between the safety of the American people and our involvement in this war", he said.
Rep. Adam Schiff, D-California, ranking member of the House Intelligence Committee, speaks with reporters after a news conference in Washington, July 17, 2018.
He defends Vladimir Putin of Russian Federation, fell in love w/ Kim Jong Un of N Korea, admires Rodrigo Duterte of the Philippines & now refuses to accept Central Intelligence Agency findings that the Saudi Crown Prince ordered #JamalKhashoggi's murder, " Representative Maxine Waters of California, the ranking Democrat and expected new chairwoman of the House Financial Services Committee, tweeted Sunday. But again, I think Congress has to take some ownership of U.S. foreign policy, especially as it relates to our intervention in this war, our unconstitutional fighting of a civil war in Yemen that has never been declared by the U.S. Congress as a problem - and that's on us.
There is also anger in Tunisia at what many in Tunisia see as the role Saudi Arabia played in rolling back the Arab Spring revolution. "The United States intends to remain a steadfast partner of Saudi Arabia to ensure the interests of our country, Israel and all other partners in the region".
"Whatever objections people may have to our turning a blind eye to Khashoggi's assassination, the president argued, they do not outweigh the (grossly inflated) revenue we can expect from U.S. -Saudi arms deals", Washington Post publisher Fred Ryan wrote in a column last week.
And the prince is also set to travel to the Tunisian capital on Tuesday, a presidential source in Tunis told AFP.
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His tweets were interpreted as possible confirmation of the alleged deal between the US and Obrador's administration. The White House did not immediately respond to questions about what the president was referring to.
"I disagree with the president's assessment", Lee told NBC's "Meet the Press".
The Saudi journalist is believed to have been killed soon after entering the Saudi consulate in Istanbul last month, and his body was then dismembered and disposed of.
At the same time, Corker said that he expected the Senate to vote this week on a privileged resolution - authored by Sens.
I want to speak to the issue with Saudi Arabia. Saudis I often refer to them as the second worst players in the Middle East, second only to Iran, but that's a different thing.