They'll go to Russian Federation.
"We're going to get to the bottom of it and there will be severe punishment", Trump said. Rather, if Saudis face "political pressures" such as accusations or sanctions, "the outcome of these weak endeavors, like their predecessors, is a demise". James Lankford, R-Okla., who was at the White House for the arrival of American pastor Andrew Brunson, who was released from Turkey after almost two years of confinement.
"If they don't buy it from us, they're going to buy it from Russian Federation or they're going to buy it from China or they're going to buy it from other countries", he said.
Saudi Arabia warned on Sunday that it would retaliate against any sanctions imposed on it over the disappearance of journalist Jamal Khashoggi, as the Riyadh stock market plunged on growing investor jitters.
Saudi Arabia's Tadawul All-Shares Index (TASI) lost more than 500 points on the first trading day of the week on Sunday, wiping out all the gains it had made since the start of the year.
Writing in the New York Times, on Saturday, Khashoggi's birthday, Cengiz said: "If the allegations are true, and Jamal has been murdered by the errand boys of (Saudi Crown Prince) Mohamed bin Salman, he is already a martyr".
Rubio said he believes the White House will do something significant if Khashoggi is found dead and Saudi Arabia is responsible, adding that he knows Congress will respond quickly. He noted, however, that he would be unlikely to cancel the major arms deal between the two countries, stating that there would be "other ways of punishing" the government. That could have implications for how Turkey moves forward.
"One possible area of cooperation for the Turkish and Saudi authorities is how to make Khashoggi's disappearance disappear from the public limelight". According to Saudi-owned Al Arabiya channel, the kingdom has "over 30 measures" that it could implement to combat sanctions.
"If the price of oil reaching $80 angered President Trump, no one should rule out the price jumping to $100, or $200, or even double that figure", Turki Aldakhil wrote.
JP Morgan Chase & Co chief executive Jamie Dimon and Ford chairman Bill Ford are the latest U.S. firms that cancelled plans to attend a Saudi Arabian investor conference later this month following the disappearance of a dissident journalist at the Saudi consulate in the Turkish city of Istanbul.
Saudi representatives were due to take part in the investigation alongside their Turkish colleagues.
The NTV channel said the delegation is composed of 11 people and had on Friday inspected the consulate in Istanbul.
"The Saudis have treated Turkey like a third-class country", he said.
Khashoggi, a forceful critic of the Saudi government, went missing more than a week ago after entering a Saudi consulate in Istanbul.
Turkish officials told the Washington Post that they have audio and video recordings that show a Saudi security team detained Khashoggi in the consulate before killing him.
However, Mr Trump added the United States would be "punishing itself" if it cancelled military sales to Saudi Arabia over the disappearance of Mr Khashoggi.
The reports say the watch recorded not only Khashoggi's interrogation and torture, but also his murder.
"We encourage joint Saudi-Turkish efforts in that regard, and expect the Saudi government to provide a complete and detailed response", they added.