Trump enjoys high approval ratings because he innures his followers to objective reporting. But his war on the media is now reaching frighetning new heights.
"We need to reevaluate our long-term relationship with Saudi Arabia," Republican Senator John Barasso said.
Not everyone, it seems, accepts Saudi Arabia—even when they're paid handsomely for their acceptance.
Reporters Without Borders said they had to meet with Saudi officials to explain just how bad the kingdom's reputation has become.
DJ Steve Aoki and former One Direction band member Liam Payne are still scheduled to perform.
At least 122 people have been executed by the Saudi government this year as the royal family intensifies a crackdown on dissenters.
Only in the Trump era could such a potent symbol of freedom as the Statue of Liberty be appropriated by a dictatorship like Saudi Arabia.
"Uncertainties remain, the challenge gets harder, but the future's bright, now we've a charter," the OPEC+ poem read.
U.S. president will hold talks with Prince Mohammed bin Salman on Saturday.
Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov said a military conflict between Washington and Tehran would be an "international crisis."
"You have other bad leaders in the world, but they don't finance terrorism. They're not involved in terrorism," UN Ambassador Danny Danon said.
"If you're going to look at Saudi Arabia, look at Iran, look at other countries," the president said.
President Trump sounds as if he is searching for a way out of the trap that the hawks in his administration have set for him. Will he make it out in time?
"I want to ask you what you think when you hear the following words," she told the minister, before reading details from the UN's probe of the killing.
"What's happening in Saudi Arabia is not normal," the typically close Trump ally and Republican senator said.
More than $100 million of weapons have been exported from the U.S. to Saudi Arabia over the past four years.
The Trump administration argues that Saudi Arabia needs emergency support to protect itself from Iran.
"There's a lot of money that historically has flowed from Gulf state individuals to the Trump family fortune," Senator Chris Murphy said, "and that has to be part of the explanation as to why they continue to bend over backwards to try to make the Saudis happy."
President Donald Trump's administration has created a potent anti-Iranian alliance in the Middle East.
Michael Wolff's new book "Siege" alleges senior White House adviser Jared Kushner made the comments about murdered Saudi dissident journalist Jamal Khashoggi.
The president's national security adviser also suggested Iran is still seeking a nuclear arsenal despite its adherence to the 2015 nuclear deal.
"Saudi Arabia is a strategic ally but the crown prince was, in my opinion, involved in the murder of Mr. Khashoggi and he's done a lot of other disruptive things," the Republican senator explained.
"It's not really about the titles. I've been fortunate to tell that story and I'll love to tell it again if I'm needed in that situation, but what's cool is to be able to do different stuff."
Houthi rebels in Yemen, backed by Iran, have claimed responsibility for the attack.
Iran has claimed innocence as regional tensions rise between Washington, its allies and Tehran.
"They have all shown an interest in dragging the United States into a conflict," Javad Zarif told Fox News Sunday. "I do not believe that President Trump wants to do that. I believe that President Trump ran on a campaign promise of not bringing the United States into another war."
A passenger aboard the Seven Seas Navigator cruise ship was evacuated to a hospital in Saudi Arabia after suffering with a medical emergency.