Several social media users shared clips of the Crown Prince's visit to the holy site, using the Arabic hashtag "Mohammed bin Salman in Mecca", which trended on Twitter.
In the letter, obtained by The Associated Press, Pompeo wrote that in multiple meetings with Saudi officials and in numerous public statements, he had "emphasized the importance of a thorough, transparent and timely investigation, including accountability for those responsible for the killing".
The Trump administration pushed back Monday against allegations that it was trying to cover up the killing of Saudi columnist Jamal Khashoggi when it failed to send Congress a report determining who was responsible for his death. "And we will continue to provide assistance to the Yemeni people". He added that the delegation will include members of Saudi Royal family, high government officials and renowned businessmen of the Kingdom. "And the whole country is shocked by this".
"America's taken more action in response to the tragic murder of Jamal Khashoggi, and will continue to take more actions and continue our investigation", Pompeo told reporters during a press gaggle in Budapest, Hungary.
Although the White House has sanctioned 17 Saudi individuals for their involvement in the murder, including two top aides to MBS, members of Congress from both parties have called for greater action to be taken against the kingdom and its leaders.
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Questioned why those in custody couldn´t tell them where the body was, Jubeir responded: "We are still investigating". "Don't judge us before the process is complete".
On Friday, The New York Times said the Central Intelligence Agency had intercepted communications of the crown prince telling a top aide in 2017 that he would go after Khashoggi "with a bullet" if the journalist did not return to Saudi Arabia.
Mr. Al Jubeir called US criticism of Saudi leadership "a red line".
"I'm not going to comment on reports based on anonymous sources", Jubeir said.
Al-Jubeir claimed Saudi investigators still don't know the location of Khashoggi's body.