Donald Trump, Gay Shoji, Saudi Government discussed on All In with Chris Hayes

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Tonight, Steve Schmidt on what the Saudis are saying and what Donald Trump is getting away with what what we know about the Russian national charged with interfering in the twentieth eighteen election's nothing to do with Mike and how the rage over ObamaCare repeal is playing out in elections across America. You have been the single greatest threat to my family in the entire world. You are the reason I stay up at night when all in starts right now. Good evening from New York. I'm Chris as tonight, breaking news after two weeks of obfuscation and angry denials. The Saudi government has finally admitted that Washington Post columnist gay Shoji is dead and that they killed him. Here's their story via the official Saudi Press Agency. The primary investigation indicated that the discussions which occurred between him that would be kashogi and the persons who met him while he was present at the kingdom's consulate in Istanbul, led to a quarrel and fighting by hand with the citizen Jamal kashogi, which led to his death there saying it was an accident. The results of quarrel that got out of hand that is what the Saudis wants you to believe. Never mind. The Turkish officials have said they have evidence much of it confirmed by other journalists. The fifteen Saudi agents flew into is tumble on October second assassinated. Mr. kashogi dismembered his body with a bone saw they had brought for the purpose and flew out the same day. One of those age. Agents was a forensic doctor who specializes in autopsies. Now, the statement from the Saudis does not explain any of that, nor does it say what has happened to the body of Jamal Shoji? And tonight as we mourn the death of a Washington Post journalist at the hands of government that wanted to silence him, Donald Trump is currently in Arizona, preparing for another maga- rally, like the one he held last night in Montana in which he cheered, the criminal physical assaults of journalists from the guardian by a Republican congressman who didn't like the question. He was being asked Representative, Greg, Gianforte pleaded guilty to that assault Trump in the crowd, loved it. Any guys that could do a body slam. He's Mike..

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