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Susan Rice stands by post-Benghazi Sunday show interviews

NEW YORK, NY - SEPTEMBER 24: American National Security Advisor Susan Rice listens during a bilateral meeting between U.S. President Barack Obama and Lebanese President Michel Suleiman at the U.N. headquarters on September 24, 2013 in New York City. Over 120 prime ministers, presidents and monarchs are gathering this week for the annual meeting at the temporary General Assembly Hall at the U.N. headquarters while the General Assembly Building is closed for renovations. Credit: Getty Images

On "60 Minutes" Sunday, National Security Adviser Susan Rice stood by her media performance immediately following the 2012 attacks on an American consulate in Benghazi.

"I don’t have time to think about the false controversy,” Rice said, when questioned about the interviews she gave to a round of political Sunday shows. “In the midst of all of swirl about things like talking points, the administration has been working very, very hard across the globe to review our security of our embassies and our facilities. That’s what we ought to be focused on.”

Rice, who at the time was the ambassador to the U.N., was heavily criticized, mostly by Republicans, for claiming that the attacks were spontaneous and provoked by an anti-Muslim YouTube video. Evidence in the aftermath indicate they were planned terrorist attacks.

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