His comments are likely to heighten speculation that Turkey may be about to reveal some of the results of its investigations into the killing of the dissident journalist, a Washington Post columnist and USA resident, who disappeared after entering the Saudi consulate in Istanbul on Oct.2.
Mr Trump initially said he believed the Saudi account, but has now said he still does not know where Mr Khashoggi's body is. He changed his tone once again late this week, raising the prospect of sanctions against Riyadh.
The whereabouts of Khashoggi's body remain unknown.
Khashoggi had not been seen since entering the Saudi consulate in Istanbul on October 2.
He added that their investigating team in Turkey found evidence contradicting earlier reports that Khashoggi left the consulate after his October 2 visit.
'And so, we've got to figure out a way to have a nuanced response to this situation. "We're getting a lot of information in as we speak", he said.
The Kingdom of Saudi Arabia has said 18 persons have been arrested and an in-depth investigation into the case is being conducted. Two weeks after Khashoggi's disappearance, he posted a tweet apparently responding to widespread accusations that he was the mastermind of Khashoggi's killing.
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Saudi Arabia is the UK's key ally in the region and also a significant trading partner.
A bipartisan group of USA lawmakers has accused the Crown Prince of directing the operation. "It would be very foolish of Saudi Arabia to forfeit the trust of the oil market earned over decades by injecting politics into their oil policy".
The king also ordered a restructuring of the intelligence service, to be led by Prince Mohammed, suggesting the prince still retained wide-ranging authority.
In a Twitter thread from August 2017, Qahtani wrote: "Do you think I make decisions without guidance?"
The official also told ABC News that five Saudi intelligence chiefs, who were relieved of their duties in connection to Khashoggi's death, are not now suspects in the investigation, even though they were "part of the chain of command of the operation" and that "the operational orders. were written in such a way as to contribute to the series of events that led to the tragic death".
The Saudis admitted yesterday that Khashoggi died in their Istanbul consulate following a disagreement and a "brawl".