Here Are the Obama Admin’s Five Different Reasons Why Susan Rice’s Talking Points Were Edited
The Obama administration, it seems, has been unable to get its story on Benghazi straight from day one. In the days after the deadly terrorist attack on the U.S. Mission in Libya, UN Ambassador Susan Rice and other administration officials blamed the attack on an anti-Muslim YouTube video despite intelligence suggesting it was terrorism.
Rice went on a number of Sunday shows nearly a week after the attack and, reading from “talking points,” mislead the American public, unintentionally or not. It was later discovered that Rice’s CIA talking points were edited to remove references to terrorism and al-Qaeda. The Obama administration has since provided five separate answers as to why the edits were made in the first place.
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