Britain's main opposition Labour Party would stop selling arms to Saudi Arabia if it was in government, its foreign policy spokeswoman said on Sunday after the disappearance of Saudi journalist Jamal Khashoggi. "We're demanding everything. We want to see what's going on there", Trump said.
"We can not remain silent to such an incident", he also said.
"There's something really awful and disgusting about that, if that was the case, so we're going to have to see", Trump said.
The kingdom did not respond to requests for comment Wednesday.
Jamal Khashoggi disappeared after entering the Saudi consulate in Istanbul in early October.
Cengiz appealed to Trump in an opinion piece for the Washington Post on Tuesday, calling on him to "help shed light on Jamal's disappearance". "Jamal has many friends in the Kingdom, including myself, and despite our differences, and his choice to go into his so-called "self-exile", we still maintained regular contact when he was in Washington".
"Is it possible for there to be no camera systems at the Saudi Arabia consulate, where the event took place?", Erdogan was quoted as saying by Hurriyet. Riyadh has supported the administration's tough stance toward Iran, a key rival of Saudi Arabia in the volatile Middle East.More news: Malicious Message Bug Is Crashing PlayStation 4, How To Protect Your Console
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Saudi Arabia has dismissed as baseless accusations that it killed or abducted Khashoggi.
Erdogan told reporters on a flight back from Hungary that Turkey is anxious about the Khashoggi's disappearance. "I also urge Saudi Arabia, especially King Salman and Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman, to show the same level of sensitivity and release CCTV footage from the consulate".
Turkish police were looking into two private aircraft that landed at Istanbul's Ataturk airport on October 2 at different times carrying the individuals of interest in the case. It was not clear whether the Saudis meant to arrest and interrogate Khashoggi or to kill him, or if the United States warned Khashoggi that he was a target, this person said.
"This much is true: He entered the consulate, and there's no proof that he came out". The senator called that statement "not credible" and he said it's now up to the Saudi government to clarify the situation.
"Saudi authorities said they were open to cooperation and that a search can be conducted at the consulate building", the Turkish foreign ministry spokesman Hami Aksoy said in a statement on Tuesday.
The interior minister also stressed the Kingdom's keenness on the interest of its citizens at home and overseas and its keenness in particular to clarify the whole truth about the disappearance of the citizen Jamal Khashoggi.