Trump told reporters after inspecting the damage caused by wildfires in California that a complete report on who did it (killing Kashuji) would be completed on Monday or Tuesday.
British Reuters reported on the 18th that the U.S. government has not yet reached a final conclusion on the death of Saudi journalist Kashuji.
Recent reports that the U.S. government has reached a final conclusion are inaccurate. There are still many unanswered questions about the murder of Mr. Kashugi. State Department spokesman Heather knolt said 17 days ago.
On October 2, Kashuji, a Saudi columnist for the Washington Post, disappeared after entering the Saudi Consulate in Istanbul. In October 19th, Saudi Arabia admitted for the first time that Kasuji had died and said he died in a fight. More than 40 countries, including the United States, called for a thorough investigation into the killing of KASH.
On November 15, the Saudi public prosecutor confirmed in a statement that Kashuji was anesthetized and dismembered at the Saudi Consulate in Istanbul. The Saudi side is preparing to prosecute 11 people who murdered Kasuji and sought to sentence 5 of them to death. Kasujis body has not been discovered yet.
The US government has announced sanctions against 17 Saudi officials on the killing of KASH.
Saudi public prosecutors confirmed in a statement Thursday that Kashuji was anesthetized and dismembered at the Saudi consulate in Istanbul, according to World Wide Web. The statement said that 5 Saudi officials will face death penalty.