But Bolton also said "taken what we've seen so far, there's no possibility the outcome of the [2016 presidential election] would've been changed" as a result of Russian meddling.
WWE spokesman Brad Klein told CNBC that the statement "We are currently monitoring the situation" still stands. The event is scheduled to take place in less than two weeks in Riyadh.
According to the Committee to Protect Journalists, a nonprofit free press advocacy group, Turkey has been the world's leading jailer of journalists for the past two consecutive years.
"Any guy that can do a body slam, he's my kind of — he's my guy," Trump said. GOP lawmakers, including every Republican senator, did not answer CNBC's inquiries about the president's remarks.
Vice President Pence appeared to take a tougher stance on Jamal Khashoggi's disappearance than President Trump, who pushed back on the growing chorus of criticism against Saudi Arabia this week.
Hundreds of Hondurans hoping to reach the United States bedded down for the night in this Guatemalan town after that country's authorities blinked first in attempts to halt their advance.
The poll largely has good news for Democrats in Wisconsin only two years after President Donald Trump narrowly won the state.
The Turkish lira rallied more than 2 percent on the news to trade at 5.97 per U.S. dollar.
"They have lots to talk about," Kudlow said of Trump and Chinese President Xi Jinping.
Political analysts have deemed the district a toss-up. Tickets for the fundraiser range from $2,700 to $10,000, according to an invitation obtained by CNBC.
Chinese shares sold off on Monday after the People's Bank of China cut the reserve requirement for banks over the weekend.
A meeting of top U.S. and Chinese diplomats got off to a frosty start on Monday, with U.S. Secretary of State Mike Pompeo and Chinese Foreign Minister and State Councillor Wang Yi airing grievances amid worsening bilateral relations.
China's central bank said it would cut the amount of cash that some banks must hold as reserve to lower financing costs and spur growth.
The Trump administration's new efforts carry with them considerable risks, which ultimately may be greater than during the Cold War years, writes Fred Kempe of the Atlantic Council.
Kevin Rudd, president of the Asia Society Policy Institute and former Australia prime minister, discusses the likelihood the U.S. and China will come to an agreement on a trade deal.
CNBC's Eamon Javers reports that the White House is confident that Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh will be confirmed by the Senate on Saturday.
China responded to Mike Pence's allegations that China was meddling in the midterm elections. Pence made his accusation at the Hudson Institute in Washington.
"This is nothing but speaking on hearsay evidence, confusing right and wrong and creating something out of thin air. The Chinese side is firmly opposed to it," Chinese foreign ministry spokeswoman Hua Chunying said in a statement on Friday.
Europe finished Friday's session on a negative note as investors digested the latest jobs report out of the U.S., while monitoring moves in the bond markets.
Japan and the United States will hold a third round of bilateral economic dialogue when Vice President Mike Pence visits Tokyo in mid-November, Japanese government officials say.