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NBC News Chief Foreign Affairs Correspondent/anchor, Andrea Mitchell Reports, weekdays at 12pm ET on @MSNBC.

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From Saudi arms sales to ‘Horseface,’ the weirdness of the Trump presidency never lets up, writes @Peggynoonannyc https://t.co/FvCs6nGTsn via @WSJopinion
Uproar Over Dissident Rattles Saudi Royal Family via @NYTimes https://t.co/IQUdSCtnCp
Intel agencies warn of Russia & other adversaries trying to influence midterm voting thru fake social media accounts but no interference with actual voting. What a relief! I guess it’s only Americans trying to stop people from voting here in states like Georgia and North Dakota
.@ChrisCoons isn’t buying the #Saudi explanation for #Khashoggi death says as a member of Foreign Relations he is demanding a classified intelligence briefing, says depending on answers may have to reassess arms sales, cooperation in Yemen war, other aspects of relationship
Will US intelligence community challenge the Saudi “fist fight” alibi? Former FBI man Sean Henry points out of this was an accident, where’s the body? @11thHour @BWilliams
Initial reaction is that they had better come up with a better explanation to have any credibility at all
.@WasAlene: The lesson is that we have heroes in American society that we need to listen to and we need to be unafraid to do the right thing. Our country has faced difficult moments before and has survived and it can survive this challenge, too. #AMR
.@SenatorLeahy on giving Saudis more time: 2 1/2 weeks to conduct an investigation that happened on their property in a small building? They could have done that investigation in 2 1/2 minutes. The longer it is delayed the more they are trying to find an excuse. #AMR
.@SenatorLeahy on Jamal Khashoggi: It is reprehensible and it is amazing that I never thought as an American or United States Senator that we would see our country trying to justify murder. #AMR
.@samsteinhp: As a topic immigration tends to be lower in voter preferences than for instance the economy, health care and taxes so I don't necessarily think that it plays a massive role, but it’s being used to gin up the base#AMR.
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