The three nations, along with Kuwait, all objected to the wording of the report by the United Nations Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change.
The GOP politician from Tennessee slammed the White House's response to Jamal Khashoggi's killing.
"The Saudis are always throwing around money," Woodward said. "And let's face it, Donald Trump is a walking conflict of interest on something like this."
"Donald Trump is compromised here politically," "Morning Joe" co-host Joe Scarborough emphasized.
"20 journalists have been killed in Mexico. You don't think it happens in Turkey and China?," Republican Rep. Chris Stewart said.
"We are so far up in the Saudi's business that we do what every administration has done, which is kowtow to this regime," Lisa Kennedy said.
The 1991 Gulf War looms large in George H.W. Bush's legacy.
Ankara has previously renamed streets in order to make a political point against its rivals.
In addition to Russia, Adam Schiff has also recently voiced his concerns about Trump's possible financial ties to Saudi Arabia.
The material reportedly encouraged violent jihad against nonbelievers and urged the death penalty for women who have an affair.
"We do know of course he has openly bragged about how many millions he makes from Saudi Arabia," the California Democrat pointed out. "Is his personal financial interest driving U.S. policy in the gulf?" he asked.
The president said that he hates "the crime, I hate what's done, I hate the coverup and I will tell you this: The crown prince hates it more than I do."
"The expectation that Trump as president will be starkly different from Trump as candidate is a false hope at best," Jamal Khashoggi wrote in 2016.
The abuse left some women unable to walk or even stand, while one prisoner, after an especially brutal session, repeatedly tried to kill herself.
Iran's Foreign Minister Javad Zarif tweeted that his country gets blamed for any problem the president can think of.
Despite Trump's continued support of the Saudi prince, leading Republican and Democratic lawmakers have taken a markedly different position.
Prince Ahmed, 76, who is the king's only living brother, would reportedly have the support of the family as well as Western nations and the kingdom's security apparatus.
Although allegations linking Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman to the killing are unconfirmed and denied by Saudi officials, many analysts suggest that evidence increasingly points to his involvement.
Oil prices have dropped significantly, with the U.S. benchmark price dipping below $60 per barrel.
The outrage over Khashoggi's murder is commendable, but it is deeply inconsistent with arms sales policies.