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White House Protecting a MURDERER? Media Erupts!

Journalist Jamal Khashoggi entered a Saudi consulate in Istanbul, Turkey, in 2018, but he never left. The Washington Post journalist who was a permanent resident of the US was allegedly killed and mutilated by a group of Saudi killers, according to an inquiry. President Joe Biden made a contentious choice four years later that infuriated the media, especially CNN’s Jake Tapper.

On Sunday, November 20, Tapper criticized Biden for his administration’s support of Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman’s (MBS) claims of immunity in connection with the murder in a court filing. According to The Guardian, the Department of Justice argued that the Saudi royal’s recent promotion to prime minister makes him the current head of state and, as a result, exempt from prosecution under international law. The CNN host sharply criticized the president during a “State of the Union” segment, accusing him of allowing the monarch get away with murder.

Tapper said that Biden had already declared he would demonize MBS for his part in the journalist’s demise.

In a statement, the publisher of The Washington Post, Fred Ryan, charged that the president had abandoned the essential values of equality and press freedom. He asserted that MBS’ promotion was a plot to prevent him from going to court.

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