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US President Donald Trump said he saw no reason to block Saudi Arabian investments in the United States over the case.

He said Saudi Arabia is spending “$110 billion on military equipment and on things that create jobs … for this country.”

Trump also said he does not believe in the concept of stopping such a huge investment into the US for purely simple reasons.

“I don’t like the concept of stopping an investment of $110 billion into the United States, because you know what they’re going to do?

“They’re going to take that money and spend it in Russia or China or someplace else,” he said.

Earlier, Trump said the United States was working with Turkey and Saudi Arabia to help find Khashoggi, a Saudi national who had been living in the United States.

In the controversy over the disappearance of Saudi Journalist Jamal Khashoggi, Saudi Arabian newspapers are accusing the Turkish and Qatari media of using the matter to carry out political attacks against Riyadh, and its extensive reform program.

The UAE’s Minister of State for Foreign Affairs Dr Anwar Gargash said the campaign against the Kingdom had been “fierce” and “coordinated”.

“The repercussions of the political targeting of Saudi Arabia will be dire for those who fuel it.”

“The success of Saudi Arabia is the first choice for the region and its people,”  Gargash said.

By WFTV

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