June 1, 2014

Hillary's Failed Benghazi Spin

Stephen Hayes, Weekly Standard

The Associated Press

According to Politico, Clinton once again attempts to hide behind the findings of the Accountability Review Board and dismisses those who have raised questions about its impartiality. The ARB, she writes, "had unfettered access to anyone and anything they thought relevant to their investigation, including me if they had chosen to do so.” It's no surprise that Clinton is concerned about the credibility of the ARB. The flawed report, produced after a flawed and incomplete investigation, has been the centerpiece of the administration's public case on Benghazi. Her defense doesn't withstand scrutiny.

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TAGGED: United States, Libya, Benghazi, Hillary Clinton

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