US senator warns top Saudi over refusal to testify on PGA golf deal

Yasir al-Rumayyan, pictured here in July, was given until 18 August to comply with the committee’s documents request. A senior US lawmaker has challenged a Saudi Arabian official’s refusal to voluntarily testify before a Senate committee investigating the kingdom’s controversial golf deal with the PGA Tour, saying officials should be prepared to be subject to American laws and oversight if they invest in the US.

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