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Oct 16 2018
Secretary of State Mike Pompeo met with Saudi Arabia's King Salman and Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman in Riyadh on Tuesday amid unconfirmed reports the Saudis are preparing to assert that journalist Jamal Khashoggi was killed during an interrogation that went terribly wrong.USA TODAY
Jul 16 2022
Saudi Arabia’s Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman said on Saturday more investment was needed in fossil fuel and clean energy technologies to meet global demand, and that unrealistic emission policies would lead to unprecedented levels of inflation.
The prince said Saudi Arabia had announced raising its production capacity to 13 million barrels per day by 2027 from a nameplate capacity ofReuters
Feb 25 2021
A declassified version of a U.S. intelligence report expected to be released on Thursday finds that Saudi Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman approved the 2018 killing of journalist Jamal Khashoggi, four U.S. officials familiar with the matter said.
The officials said the report, for which the CIA was the main contributor, assessed that the crown prince approved and likely ordered theReuters
Nov 05 2017
Saudi Arabia announced Saturday the arrest of 11 princes and several other current and former government ministers, in what appears to be a decisive move by Saudi King Salman to consolidate power around his son, Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman.The Daily Caller
Jun 15 2022
Tariffs are wrong. The US should continue its role as security guarantor of the free world. Truth is objective and not relative or “constructed”.
That is a far from exhaustive list of the epiphanies that some progressives waited until the Donald Trump years to have. The former US president’s underrated gift to politics was, at least on some issues, a better, harder-headed left.Financial Times
Nov 24 2020
Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu went to Saudi Arabia on Sunday where he met with US Secretary of State Mike Pompeo and Crown Prince Mohammad bin Salman, Israeli media reported Monday.
Netanyahu’s visit only lasted a few hours and marks the first official trip of its kind. He traveled to the city of Neom and was accompanied by Israel’s Mossad chief Yossi Cohen. Israeli media reportedCBN
Jul 28 2022
In the early months of the Trump administration, Jared Kushner made an urgent call to Mohammed bin Salman, who was then serving as Saudi Arabia’s deputy crown prince, with an appeal for help to ensure that the president’s first overseas trip to the kingdom would be a success.
Mr. Kushner, a top White House adviser, was nearly alone in urging his father-in-law, President Donald Trump, toWall Street Journal (News)
Oct 18 2022
Biden admin officials considering trying to discourage American companies from expanding business ties with Saudi Arabia
Biden administration officials are considering trying to discourage American companies from expanding business ties with Saudi Arabia as part of a U.S. response to a recent Saudi-led push by oil-producing countries to cut global production, said three current and former U.S. officials familiar with the discussions.
The administration also will not send any U.S. official to Saudi ArabiaNBC News (Online)
Mar 09 2022
The leaders of Saudi Arabia and the United Arab Emirates have been declining calls from US President Joe Biden for several weeks, The Wall Street Journal reported on Wednesday, citing officials in the Middle East and the United States.
The messages of dissatisfaction sent by Saudi crown prince Mohammed bin Salman (MBS) and Emirati Shiekh Mohammed bin Zayed al Nahyan come as the twoThe Jerusalem Post
Jun 14 2022
The White House confirmed Tuesday that President Biden will travel to Saudi Arabia next month, though the left was already criticizing the trip before it was formally announced. While his trip makes strategic and economic sense, it would be less embarrassing now if Mr. Biden had been more realistic about the world from day one.
Mr. Biden came into office bowing to the left’s disdain forWall Street Journal (Opinion)