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Turkey / Khashoggi Murder / CIA Briefing / Sanders Interview #1132656

CNN Evening News for Wednesday, Dec 05, 2018
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(Studio: Anderson Cooper) Breaking news/A Keeping Them Honest look at a Senate resolution to hold Saudi Crown Prince Mohammad bin Salman accountable for the murder in the Saudi embassy in Turkey of Saudi journalist Jamal Khashoggi introduced. [Twice, President TRUMP - says the CIA has nothing definitive, so maybe....] The positions of White House chief of staff Gen. John Kelly & Secretary of Defense Gen. James Mattis on the matter noted. [National security adviser John BOLTON - explains why he has not listened to the murder tape.] [After the briefing by CIA dir. Gina Haspel, Senator Lindsey GRAHAM  - cites "the smoking saw": it was orchestrated by MBS: a zero chance.] [For CNN, Senator Bob CORKER - says all I know is they have the intelligence: MBS ordered the killing.]

(Studio: Anderson Cooper) Live discussion held with Senator Bernie Sanders about the murder. [SANDERS - offers views on Trump's fondness for authoritarian leaders & he may have financial dealing with Saudi Arabia, what the Saudi-led intervention has done to Yemen, the Senate vote on Saudi Arabia in Yemen.] Other material: [With CNN, CORKER - comments on the solid CIA briefing.]

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