October 21, 2012

Questions for Obama on Benghazi

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The burning question going into Monday night's final presidential debate covering foreign policy is what did the president know about Benghazi-gate, and when did he know it? Of course, there are a number of other foreign policy issues President Obama has yet to be pinned down on as well, including nuclear disarmament and Iran. Most pressing, though, is the administration's cover-up of al-Qaida's role in last month's terrorist strike on the U.S. consulate in Libya that killed our ambassador and three others. If moderator Bob Schieffer of CBS cares about the truth, here's what he'll ask Obama

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TAGGED: Chris Stevens, Benghazi, 2012, Libya, Barack Obama

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