Washington has not refused to approve Mohammed Ben Salman

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The White House said on Monday that it could take action against Saudi Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman as a report was unveiled by the US intelligence services on Friday accusing them of “legitimizing” the murder of journalist Jamal Khashogi .

US threats Washington announced Monday 1is The march that the United States reserved the right to approve Saudi Arabia’s Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman in the future should it become necessary. “Of course, we reserve the right to take any action at any time and in our own way,” White House spokesman Jane Bhaki said.

“Historically, the United States, through its Democratic and Republican presidents, has generally not approved the Heads of Government of the countries with which we have diplomatic relations.”

In a report announced by the White House on Friday, the CIA wrote that Mohammed bin Salman had approved the operation to capture or kill journalist Jamal Khashoggi.

With Reuters

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