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Terrorism expert and author Dr. Sebastian Gorka said the 28 classified pages of the 9/11 report should be released, labeling Saudi Arabia as a "schizophrenic" nation when it comes Islamic extremists.

Former Sen. Bob Graham, former Chairman of the Senate Select Committee on Intelligence, said last week that the classified chapter "points a finger at Saudi Arabia" in the financing of 9/11.

Gorka noted that both Democrat and Republican lawmakers have seen the never-released pages of The 9/11 Commission Report and agree they should be made public. 

Gorka said on The Kelly File that reports are floating around about some of the hijackers receiving help from Saudi embassy officials while living in San Diego.

"We need to know that. There needs to be justice for the victims of 9/11. And after 15 years, now could be the time to declassify these 28 pages," he said.

Marc Thiessen agreed that the pages should be released if they do not compromise national security in any way. But he pointed out that it's already well known that the Saudis supported terrorism before 9/11.

Gorka said Saudi Arabia, like Pakistan, is a "fundamentally schizophrenic nation" split between elements who oppose jihadists and others who support them. 

"That doesn't mean as a government that they're all bad guys. They're just conflicted and they need to get their house in order and decide whether they can clean internally their house and make sure they're on our side. ... They've been kind of half-pregnant for the last 15 years," he said. 

Gorka agreed that the 9/11 report was worded "incredibly precisely" when it came to possible involvement by elements of the Saudi government. 

Watch the full discussion above.

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