The mother of a Benghazi victim lashed out at Democratic front-runner Hillary Clinton Thursday, saying Thursday on the Fox Business Network that "there's a special place in hell" for her.
The blistering comments came one day after Clinton said at a Democratic debate that Patricia Smith was "absolutely wrong" about the accusation she lied to her face.
“We were nose-to-nose at the coffin ceremony. She lied to me," Smith said, doubling down on her claim. "She told me it was the fault of the video. I said ‘are you sure?’ She says ‘yes, that’s what it was… it was the video.’ And she knew full well it wasn’t at that time. And then she says she was going to check and if it’s any different she would call me back, she would let me know.”
Smith said she had not had any contact with Clinton since.
“She has never once spoken to me or [has] her office," Smith told Fox Business. "The only thing I ever got out of them is that I am not a member of the immediate family and I don’t need to know… I know what she said. I don’t lie. She’s a proven liar and I call her out for that. I know what I heard.”
The grieving mother said that she would like to talk with Clinton personally.
“I want to speak to her personally and I want to be able to ask her what happened. I want her to be able to tell me what happened. I don’t believe she has the guts to do that,” she said.
Smith concluded her interview drawing on words from Secretary of State Madeleine Albright.
“There’s a special place in Hell for people like her [Clinton] and I hope she enjoys it there!”
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