The king said in the phone call on Friday that the shooter, who was gunned down by police, "does not represent the Saudi people", a sentiment echoed by other officials.
Saudi officials have said Khashoggi, a high-profile critic of the government in Riyadh, was killed in a "rogue operation" by a team of agents.
The Federal Bureau of Investigation would not confirm the name or identity of the shooter and said the investigation was ongoing.
"I can also report that the shooter, who has tentatively been identified as an active duty sailor assigned to USS Columbia, is also deceased by an apparent self-inflicted gunshot wound". The official wasn't authorized to discuss the matter publicly and spoke to the AP on condition of anonymity.
"King Salman of Saudi Arabia just called to express his honest condolences and give his sympathies to the families and friends of the warriors who were killed and wounded in the attack that took place in Pensacola, Florida", Trump said in a tweet Friday afternoon. They spoke on condition of anonymity to disclose information that had not yet been made public.
The Saudi national also reportedly criticized the US for allegedly supporting crime against Muslims and humanity.
The ABC News reported that the Twitter account that posted the manifesto - which also condemned USA support for Israel and included a quote from Al-Qaeda's deceased leader Osama bin Laden - has been suspended.
But while Wednesday's shooting in Hawaii was related to a domestic issue, the attack on Friday became worldwide incident after it was reported the suspect was a second lieutenant in the Royal Saudi Air Force.
Defense Secretary Mark Esper told reporters on Friday that the vetting process for foreign military nationals in the US, including screenings by the Department of Defense and USA embassy personnel, will be reviewed.
Fla., called for a "full review" of US military programs that train foreign service members on American soil. As of this week, there are more than 850 Saudis in the United States for various training activities.
Trump said King Salman and Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman, the country's de facto ruler, would "help out the families very greatly", though he did not specify how. "We'll start that immediately". "No, not at all", Berger said Saturday during a panel at the annual Reagan National Defense Forum here. He will be fully aware of how frayed Saudi Arabia's reputation has become with the U.S. public and politicians.
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At a press conference he said: 'As you all know, we have a very good and constructive relationship between me and the President'. At another point in the video, Trudeau is heard saying about the Trump meeting, "His team's jaws drop to the floor".
The US defence secretary, Mark Esper, said he wanted to make sure that vetting was adequate. The shooting, however, shined a spotlight on the two countries' sometimes rocky relationship. It sprawls along the waterfront southwest of the city's downtown and dominates the economy of the surrounding area.
The shooter was a member of the Saudi military who was in aviation training at the base, Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis said at a news conference.
Nonetheless U.S. military bases have seen deadly mass shootings before, including one in Ford Hood, Texas, in 2009 that left 13 dead and one at the Washington Navy Yard in 2013 that killed 12.
Timothy Kinsella, the base commanding officer, earlier said he was "absolutely in awe" of the response to the attack.
"On behalf of the entire #FBI, I offer our condolences to the families of the innocent victims taken from us, and our support to the entire community".
His father added that Joshua-who was a small-arms instructor, a wrestling coach and a captain of the rifle team at the Naval Academy-was inspired to join the military by a late uncle who died in the first Gulf War.
This photo taken from video provided by WEAR-TV shows emergency responders near the Naval Air Base Station in Pensacola, Fla., Friday, Dec. 6, 2019.
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A second victim was identified as Mohammed "Mo" Haitham, 19, of St. Petersburg, Florida, who joined the Navy after graduating from high school a year ago, according to the Tampa Bay Times.
"It doesn't happen to our friends and neighbors who are members of the US Navy", Morgan said.
The Pentagon has a variety of training events and programs with foreign partners, which its looking to expand.