death, and been told he did not know about the operation when it was being planned.
Speaking with reporters on his way into a caucus meeting, Trudeau said Canada continues to be "extremely" concerned over the murder of Saudi journalist Jamal Khashoggi.
"Because whoever thought of that idea, I think is in big trouble".
He is an outspoken critic of Saudi Arabia who has dared to defy Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman, the kingdom's de facto ruler. After weeks of maintaining he was still alive, the authorities now say the 59-year-old was murdered in a rogue operation after visiting the Saudi consulate in Turkey. Asked whether the administration is reassessing the crown prince as an ally, Kushner said that "once we have all the facts then we'll make an assessment".
CIA Director Gina Haspel is among the intelligence officials who are in Turkey to review the case, according to a U.S. official.
Trump told reporters last Saturday: "So far, we've heard about it, but nobody has seen it", adding that, to his knowledge, that included the Federal Bureau of Investigation and the Central Intelligence Agency.
But the U.S. president has repeatedly refused to halt arms sales to Saudi Arabia over Khashoggi's death.
"How should a real investigation in Saudi Arabia work when one of the main suspects is the crown prince MBS?" said a Turkish senior official.
Organisers of the glitzy flagship Future Investment Initiative listed Prince Mohammed bin Salman among the "top speakers" for the second day of the three-day conference, after he made a brief appearance on Tuesday.
Earlier, Mr Erdogan, 64, said the whereabouts of Mr Khashoggi's body were still unknown and demanded Saudi Arabia identify a "local fixer" who purportedly took it.
"We are going through a crisis", Mr Al Falih said in his speech.
Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdoğan vowed Turkey would not allow the culprits to get away with "savage murder".
He did, however, note that the so-called "human rights abuses" in Iran is "no excuse for what happened with Saudi Arabia".
The United Kingdom said it will revoke the visas of the Saudi Arabian suspects involved in the murder.
But he also said that does not want the United States to lose investments from Riyadh, a close US ally.