November 21, 2012

Fog of Politics on Benghazi

Los Angeles Times, Los Angeles Times

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Despite what some Republicans say, there's no evidence to suggest that Susan Rice, the U.S. representative to the U.N., knowingly misled the county about the attack in Libya.

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TAGGED: Barack Obama, John McCain, Susan Rice, Libya, Benghazi

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