'Real News' opened Thursday taking a look at what Tuesday's presidential election means for any hope of functioning U.S. foreign policy-- something that has come under scrutiny following the incident in Libya on September 11.
Shocking details have emerged over the last two months involving the attack on a U.S. consulate in Benghazi and the administration's response to the crisis--both while it was taking place and in the weeks after. The latest information is now showing that the U.S. mission in Benghazi had actually known for some time that they were not prepared to withstand a "coordinated attack." Rep. Jason Chaffetz, who had gone on a fact-finding mission to Benghazi shortly after the attack, has now made that claim that Ambassador Chris Stevens actually made a personal plea for help during the attack.
Watch a clip below from the panel discussion Thursday on the latest news regarding the Libya investigation, and what Tuesday's election means for the future of U.S. foreign policy and national security procedures: