EXPLAINED: Saudi Arabia oil fields and the Iran drone attack

Saudi Arabian oil refinery fields were hit with a drone attack over the weekend. Secretary of State Mike Pompeo and President Trump say Iran is to blame. Now, oil production from Saudi Arabia — and therefore supply around the world — has decreased dramatically. Is a war between the two nations to come? What does this mean for Americans and oil prices moving forward? And what does Jamal Khashoggi have to do with it all? Glenn explains what YOU need to know!

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