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Turkey / Saudi Consulate Mystery / Khashoggi / Stewart Interview #1131281

CNN Evening News for Friday, Oct 19, 2018
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(Studio: Anderson Cooper; Ankara: Clarissa Ward) The new developments in the October 2 disappearance of "Washington Post" journalist Jamal Khashoggi†, who Saudi officials now admit had been killed in the Saudi Arabian consulate in Istanbul, Turkey, examined; details given of reports of an interrogation gone wrong that led to his death by strangulation, a series of officials taken into custody, the Saudi investigation into forming the intelligence service led by Saudi Crown Prince Mohammad bin Salman.

(Studio: Anderson Cooper) The smear campaign by President Trump's allies against Khashoggi, including that by Virginia Senate candidate Corey Stewart†, outlined. [In earlier interview, STEWART - offer views on how it would be a mistake for the US to jeopardize its relationship with Saudi Arabia over a "mystery man," who was not an American citizen, why he may be considered a mystery man.]

Cooper, Anderson;
Ward, Clarissa

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