'The fiancée of Jamal Khashoggi, the murdered journalist, said she would not accept Donald Trump's invitation to the White House because she did not believe the US president was sincere in getting to the truth about his death.
In her first television interview since Mr Khashoggi's disappearance, Hatice Cengiz said she felt Mr Trump's invitation was aimed at influencing US public opinion.
"Trump invited me to the United States but I perceived it as a statement to win public favour," she told Haberturk, a pro-government Turkish television station, breaking down several times in tears.
She said Mr Khashoggi had been concerned about going into the Saudi consulate in Istanbul but that he felt Turkey was “a powerful country” and that Saudi Arabia would not dare to do anything against him on Turkish soil.
“We thought we would set the date of the wedding after dinner,” she said. “This was part of the dream.”
Mr Khashoggi left Ms Cegniz outside the consulate with his mobile phones on October 2 when he went inside to get a divorce certificate to prove that his previous marriage was over.'
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