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ormer Congressman Pete Hoekstra read the 28 pages a decade ago when he headed the House Intelligence Committee.
"I think in terms of diplomatic relationships, it may be very, very sensitive," Hoekstra says.
Today, Hoekstra is a business consultant and he agreed to explain the rationale of those protecting the secrecy of the 28 pages because of what they imply about Saudi Arabia or other U.S. allies.