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(Studio: Anderson Cooper) A Keeping Them Honest look at Senate plans to confront the White House over the role of Saudi Arabia in the murder of Saudi journalist Jamal Khashoggi with President Trump not acknowledging any involvement by Saudi Crown Prince Mohammad bin Salman introduced. [On Tuesday, after briefing from CIA dir. Gina Haspel, Senator Lindsey GRAHAM - says there is a "smoking saw" that this was organized by people under the command of MBS.] [Today, GRAHAM - says if Saudi Arabia wants arms, don;'t chop somebody up.] [TRUMP - says the CIA has nothing definitive & "they" have denied it.]
(Studio: Anderson Cooper) Live discussion held with Senator Chris Murphy. [MURPHY - offers views on how what Trump says about the Saudis make no sense: they lied to us about the murder, how the war in Yemen is going badly for Saudi Arabia, so our resolution pulls the US out of Yemen where civilians are being bombed, whether there are the votes to overturn a veto of the Senate resolution, on the expectation Heather Nauert will be appointed as US Ambassaador to the U.N. without much experience.]
- Cooper, Anderson
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