Mike Pompeo, US Secretary of State: «Mr President, I have not seen it.» Donald Trump, US President: «I mean we have all heard a lot about the audio, nobody has seen it yet. So, we do want to see it. I guess it is a combination of seeing it and hearing it and maybe a lot can be.» Reporter: «Have you asked Turkish authorities?» Donald Trump, US President: «Yes, we are going to be seeing it... Еще very soon.» Reporters: [Overlapping questions] Donald Trump, US President: «No I haven't, I mean I have spoken to him many times about this, but I haven't called him yet. But I will be, I will be. And I will be also calling King Salman of Saudi Arabia, because I think it is appropriate for me to ask him what is going on.» Reporter: «Do you have any idea when that call might be taking place?» Donald Trump, US President: «Probably tonight or tomorrow.» Donald Trump, US President: «What do you think about that?» Mike Pompeo, US Secretary of State: «I think we need to continue to evaluate the facts and we will make that decision. I talked to Secretary Mnuchin about it last night and we will be taking a look at it through the rest of the week.» US President Donald Trump told reporters at the White House on Saturday that he will be calling Saudi Arabia's King Salman either later that day or on Sunday, to discuss the disappearance of Saudi journalist Jamal Khashoggi. Trump said that he had not yet seen the video and audio evidence of Khashoggi's reported killing. He went on to say that there would be a «severe» punishment if the journalist, a Washington Post columnist, was found to have been murdered by Saudis. «I will be also calling King Salman of Saudi Arabia, because I think it is appropriate for me to ask him what is going on», the president confirmed. US Secretary of State Mike Pompeo added that he would be looking into whether or not the US Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin would still be travelling to Saudi Arabia for a finance event in the wake of the Khashoggi case.