Trump failed to meet a deadline this Friday to report to the Senate on whether his administration believes the Saudis are responsible for the horrific murder of journalist Jamal Khashoggi.
CNN Reliable Sources host Brian Stelter discusses the Trump administration blowing off a Senate deadline for a report on the death of journalist Jamal Khashoggi, and the potential blackmail of Jeff Bezos by AMI's David Pecker.
Even Trump's most ardent supporters on "Fox and Friends" didn't believe Secretary Mike Pompeo's defense of Saudi Arabia and the Crown Prince when they pressed him about Jamal Khashoggi's murder.
Turns out the Saudis funneled money to the Trump Organization via huge hotel room buys starting from the very beginning of the Trump administration.
When asked why CIA Director Gina Haspel was not allowed to brief the Senate, Trump's Secretary of State said he was asked to be here 'and I'm here."
Mike Pompeo uses the "that's all I can say" excuse for covering up the Crown Prince of Saudi Arabia's connections to the murder of a Washington Post journalist. Shameful.
During Tuesday's White House presser, Trump's economic advisor Larry Kudlow was asked about the price of oil relating to the Jamal Khashoggi murder. Kudlow quickly ended his briefing, ran off the stage and passed the question to John Bolton.
Meet the Press host Chuck Todd couldn't be bothered to ask Utah Sen. Mike Lee whether or not the Senate was going to do their oversight duties along with the House and look into Trump's financial ties to the Saudis.
Utah Sen. Mike Lee tells Meet the Press host Chuck Todd that the "next Congress," meaning the Democrats in the House, will look into Trump's financial ties with the Saudis.
"This is about Donald Trump gathering as many chances he can until he leaves office because he's not thinking about re-election. He's thinking about all the money he can make as ex-president," Morning Joe host Joe Scarborough said.
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