Obama: ‘Hopefully Soon’ 28 Pages Of 9/11 Report Saudi Arabia Will Be Released

President Barack Obama delivers remarks from the headquarters of the Central Intelligence Agency after meeting with his National Security Council April 13, 2016 in Langley, Virginia.
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President Barack Obama reveals that the government may soon release 28 pages of the September 11 report dealing with Saudi Arabia.

When asked about the documents, Obama admitted that he has “a sense of what’s in there” but that his Director of National Intelligence was handling the sensitive issue.

“My understanding is that he’s about to complete that process,” Obama explained to CBS anchor Charlie Rose in an interview.

“It’s been a long time,” Rose replied.

“That I will acknowledge,” Obama said. “And hopefully that this process will come to a head fairly soon.”