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Fmr. Director of Iraq National Security: U.S. intelligence services ‘have a pretty decent idea of what happened’


Former Director of Iraq National Security, Douglas Olivant, discusses the disappearance of Washington Post Columnist Jamal Kashoggi in Turkey, and weighs in on ways the President can receive information rather than taking the Saudi King’s word: “We have a relatively good relationship with the [Turks] at an intelligence level and we respect their ability to know what's going on in their country, so I am assuming intelligence services have a pretty decent idea of what happened and all the President has to do is ask.”