Talk show host Bill Maher channeled Hillary Clinton Friday night and said he did not understand "what possibly is the difference" if the attack on the U.S. Embassy in Benghazi was a planned terrorist assault or the result of a spontaneous protest.
The outspoken "Real Time" comedian battled Americans For Tax Reform's Mattie Duppler who noted "we still don't know why things happened the way they did" in Benghazi.
"What do you mean why?" Maher asked.
"This was either a planned terrorist attack or it was a bunch of angry extremist Muslims who then had an attack," he continued.
"But the people who think there is a story don't know which one it is," Duppler countered.
"As Hillary said, what possibly is the difference? Four brave Americans are dead at the hands of some people who think their God gives them permission to kill people," Maher said. "I don't understand what we're looking for."
Before leaving her post as Secretary of State, Clinton famously erupted during Congressional questioning over Benghazi, saying "we have four dead Americans ... what difference at this point does it make?"
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