CNN on November 27th, local time on the 27th, US National Security Adviser John Bolton said in response to whether he heard the recording of Kashuji's murder, he did not understand Arabic, so he listened. It is useless.
No, I haven't listened yet. Why do you think I should listen? What do you think I can get from it? Bolton asked at the briefing held at the White House.
Bolton also said that he has obtained enough information by reading the tape recordings of the tape, and I can also read the manuscript. I want to explain to everyone, why not listen to the recording? Unless you know Arabic, what else can you get from it?
Before, Trump refused to listen to the recording because the recording was too violent, too evil, and too terrible. Trump confirmed to Fox News on the 18th of this month that we did have this recording, but I don't want to hear it, and I have no reason to listen.
According to the report, on October 2, Saudi correspondent Kashuji was killed in the Saudi consulate in Istanbul. Saudi Arabia first claimed that he did not know the whereabouts of the journalist, but because all the evidence pointed to them, Saudi Arabia finally admitted that Kaschiji died unexpectedly during the trial. According to the report, the key evidence is the recording on Kaschi's Apple Watch. He opened the recording function before entering the consulate just in case.
Since this scandal, today's Russia (RT) report believes that although the two parties in the United States have been calling on the United States to punish Saudi Arabia, Trump insists on not wanting to undermine the relationship with the key US security and business partners.
On the 20th, Trump issued an official statement on the case of Saudi correspondent Kashuji. He said that Saudi Arabia is very important to the United States and will continue to maintain a partnership with Saudi Arabia.