Trump: "rogue killers" murdered Jamal Khashoggi, maybe. Everyone else: Saudi Arabia did.

President Donald Trump talked to reporters today about his phone conversation with Saudi Arabia's King Salman bin Abdulaziz, during which the two despots discussed the disappearance and apparent killing of journalist Jamal Khashoggi.

The man is nothing if not consistent.

First, Trump pointed out the fact that King Abdulaziz told him Khashoggi was a Saudi citizen, as in, not a U.S. citizen, so the man's death doesn't matter that much.

Remaining loyal to his family's business interests with Saudi financiers, President Donald Trump also said "rogue killers" may have murdered Jamal Khashoggi, definitely probably not the government of Saudi Arabia, nope, because the Saudi king personally told him so.

"His denial to me could not have been stronger," said the President of his conversation with King Salman bin Abdulaziz.

Funny, that's the exact same thing he said about his chat with Russian President Vladimir Putin about the 2015 U.S. election "meddling." Putin denied it, and what he says must be true.

"We are going to leave nothing uncovered," Trump today said of his conversation with the Saudi King.

It's almost as if there is a pattern.

How did these rogue killers get into the highly secure Saudi embassy in Istanbul? Can't wait for the Trump investigation to reveal all.