Saudi Arabia's King Abdullah has warned President Barack Obama that the US should 'go easy' on Egypt, or face a cooling of diplomatic relations. The Saudi monarch said that his country would prop up Egypt's President Hosni Mubarak if America withdrew its aid programme. Abdullah, 86, told Obama not to humiliate Mubarak, who is under pressure from protesters to quit immediately, in a fiery telephone conversation on January 29, according to the Times, who cited a senior source in Riyadh. A day earlier, on January 28, the White House said they would review the $1.5billion in aid to Egypt. Officials later said no such review was planned currently.