December 23, 2012

Benghazi Questions Unanswered

McCain, Washington Times

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With U.N. Ambassador Susan Rice’s withdrawal from consideration for the position of secretary of state, some have assumed that Congress will now be less insistent on a full accounting of the facts surrounding the Sept. 11, 2012, terrorist attack in Benghazi that resulted in the murder of four Americans, including Ambassador Chris Stevens.

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TAGGED: Chris Stevens, Kelly Ayotte, Lindsey Graham, John McCain, Africa, Susan Rice, Barack Obama, United States, Libya, Benghazi

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