Saudi Arabian journalist called Trump son-in-law a few days later.

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 Saudi Arabian journalist called Trump son-in-law a few days later.


On November 1, the Washington Post quoted sources familiar with the matter as saying that, a few days after Kashujis disappearance, Salman had spoken to Kushner and Bolton, an American national security adviser, urging them to continue to maintain the alliance between the two countries, calling him a member of the Muslim Brotherhood.

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The Muslim Brotherhood has long been opposed by Bolton and some senior officials of the Trump administration. As early as 2015, Pompeo, then a Kansas congressman, joined other Republicans in calling for the Muslim Brotherhood to be identified as a terrorist organization. During his campaign for Trump, many supporters including Bolton also put forward similar appeals.

However, people familiar with the matter said Bolton did not endorse Salmans description of KASH on the phone.

In a statement to the Washington Post, Kashujis family pointed out that he was not a dangerous Islamist: Kashuji is not a member of the Muslim Brotherhood, which he has repeatedly denied in the past few years. It is absurd that he is not dangerous at all.

Reported that the Saudi Crown Princes description of Kashuji clearly contrasts with the Saudi governments public response to the matter.

The Saudi government has said that the death of kawash is a terrible tragedy. The king of Saudi Arabia described this as unreasonable: this is a painful thing for all Saudi people. The Saudi ambassador to the United States, Salman, called Kashuji a friend and said he had devoted a great part of his life to serving the country.

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On October 31, a Saudi official denied Salmans comments on the telephone to the Washington Post, admitting that there was routine calls between the Crown Prince and senior U.S. officials, but no such comments were made.

The White House refused to disclose its sensitive dialogue with Saudi Arabia or the telephone calls between Salman and Kushner since Kashujis disappearance. However, people familiar with the matter said that the two did indeed have multiple calls, most recently in October 9th.

Salman and Kushner are close friends, and the Washington Post says their close relationship began in the early days of Trumps administration. After several private talks, Kushner saw Salman as a reformer ready to modernize an extremely conservative, oil-rich monarchy.

Kushner has said privately that Salman will be the key to the Middle East peace plan, and with his support, most Arab countries will follow suit. Kushner even ignored the opinions and warnings of then Secretary of State Tillerson and Defense Secretary Matisse and urged his father-in-law Trump to visit Riyadh, making Saudi Arabia the first stop of Trumps post-ruling visit.

In October 2017, Kushner made a secret visit to the Saudi palace. The secret trip caught White House and intelligence officials off guard.

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Reported that two young people in their thirties had been talking late into the night about the future of Kushners Middle East peace plan. Shortly afterwards, the crown prince ordered a number of royal families and his opponents under house arrest. In this regard, both the White House and Saudi Arabia denied that Kushner had taken part in the dispute over the power of the crown prince.

After Kashujis disappearance, Kushner personally asked Salman about the incident, which the latter denied was related to. The New York Times reported on October 18 that Kushner had been urging Trump to support Salman, saying he could survive the scandals as he had in the past. However, as the Kashuji case continued to ferment, more and more news pointed to the Crown Prince as the behind-the-scenes black hand, Salman was pushed to the forefront of the storm, Trump also began to cool the relationship between the two. An American official revealed that Trump was annoyed at Kushners erroneous judgement. The Washington Post quoted American officials on the 20th as saying that Trump had privately said that his son-in-law Kushners close relationship with Saudi Crown Prince Salman had become a burden. Trump also tried to excuse Kushner: They are two young people, Kushner does not know Salman or anything else. I believe they are just two young people who enjoy the same age. Source: observer network: Wang Kaiwen, editor in chief: Li Hang _BJS4645

After Kashujis disappearance, Kushner personally asked Salman about the incident, which the latter denied was related to. The New York Times reported on October 18 that Kushner had been urging Trump to support Salman, saying he could survive the scandals as he had in the past.

However, as the Kashuji case continued to ferment, more and more news pointed to the Crown Prince as the behind-the-scenes black hand, Salman was pushed to the forefront of the storm, Trump also began to cool the relationship between the two. An American official revealed that Trump was annoyed at Kushners erroneous judgement.

The Washington Post quoted American officials on the 20th as saying that Trump had privately said that his son-in-law Kushners close relationship with Saudi Crown Prince Salman had become a burden.

Trump also tried to excuse Kushner: They are two young people, Kushner does not know Salman or anything else. I believe they are just two young people who enjoy the same age.