Trump gave a warm welcome at White House to the powerful Crown Prince and credited USA defence sales to the Saudis boosting American jobs.
"Your father made a very wise decision", Trump said. Kushner and White House envoy Jared Greenblatt, who are drafting Trump's long-awaited Mideast peace plan, will also join the crown prince for dinner, the Saudi Embassy in Washington said.
MBS, the crowned prince of Saudi believes in maintaining the US-Saudi alliance which started more than 80 years back.
Coming mid-way through the Crown Prince's two week tour of the United States, the vote could deliver an "embarrassing rebuke" to the 32-year old heir to the throne as he meets President Donald Trump and other USA leaders, says Time.
The visit comes as the United States and much of the West are still trying to figure out Crown Prince Mohammed, better known by his initials MBS, whose sweeping program of social changes at home and increased Saudi assertiveness overseas has upended decades of traditional rule in Saudi Arabia.
At the White House, Trump repeated his description of the Iran nuclear deal, negotiated by Obama, as the "worst deal ever".
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"On Yemen, the president and the Crown Prince discussed the threat the Houthis pose to the region, assisted by the Iranian Islamic Revolutionary Guards Corps", it said in a statement yesterday.
The two leaders were also expected to discuss tensions with Iran, Riyadh's regional archrival and a country Trump has repeatedly criticized for its expansionist policies in the Middle East. During the March 20 meeting, the powerful Saudi crown prince, who is likely to succeed King Salman, spoke with Trump about their perceived flaws with the Iran nuclear deal and countering Iran's involvement in Middle Eastern conflicts.
"The deal is coming up in one month and we'll see what happens". He'll hold separate meetings with a long roster of influential USA officials, including the secretaries of defense, treasury and commerce, the Central Intelligence Agency chief and congressional leaders from both parties.
Even at this nadir of US-Saudi relations, President Obama still sanctioned an unprecedented $115bn worth of weapons to the kingdom over his eight years in office. Still, Trump's administration doesn't want Congress to cut assistance for Saudi-led operations there, warning that without US help, civilian deaths would only increase. And Saudi Arabia appreciates that.
A senior Trump administration official said the two leaders talked about the humanitarian situation in Yemen and that civilian casualties "did not come up in a major way", given that Washington had been working with the Saudis to minimize them.
Trump has suggested he may break the agreement in May, prompting critics to say that any such move would spark a nuclear arms race in the region between the Saudis and the Iranians, who have threatened to disown the 2015 accord if the USA walks away. They've cast themselves as essential partners against Islamist extremist groups and, especially since Trump's maiden overseas voyage past year, touted their lavish purchases of high-tech goods from job-creating American companies.