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Turkey / Saudi Consulate Mystery / Khashoggi / Attiah Interview / A Discussion #1131204

CNN Evening News for Tuesday, Oct 16, 2018
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(Studio: Anderson Cooper) New source reports on the October 2 disappearance of "Washington Post" journalist Jamal Khashoggi†, who may have been killed in the Saudi Arabian consulate in Istanbul, Turkey & what President Trump is saying about the Saudis re-introduced; scenes shown of CBS reporter Errol Barnett trying to question Jared Kushner on a plane about Saudi Arabia.

(Studio: Anderson Cooper) Live discussion held with "Washington Post" global opinions editor Karen Attiah about the US position on the Saudi story. [ATTIAH - offers views on whether Khashoggi had any ties to Qatar, but he was a journalist who went into the consulate & never came back & he loved his country of Saudi Arabia, the interrogation gone bad story, the need for answers.]

(Studio: Anderson Cooper) Live discussion continued with CNN's security analysts Mike Doran, Bob Baer & Max Boot about what happened & what the US Should do. [BAER, DORAN, BOOT - offer views on the importance of Saudi stability, but the king is incompetent & the son is violating international law, how the US cannot micromanage in the Middle East, so we need to work with the Saudi government, President Trump giving a license to the worst leaders in the world,]

Cooper, Anderson

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