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Benghazi attack survivor rails against Washington Post, calling it good as 'toilet paper

"Let me tell you this, Washington Post: Watch yourself."

Kris Paronto, a former Army ranger and longtime military contractor who survived the Benghazi attack that claimed four American lives. (Getty Images)

Tomi Lahren read an excerpt from the Washington Post during her show Thursday that called Hillary Clinton's role in the Benghazi attack a “hyper investigated controversy that proved to be no scandal at all.”

That didn’t go over well with Lahren's guest, Kris Paronto, a former Army ranger and longtime military contractor who survived the Benghazi attack that claimed four American lives. He witnessed their deaths and handled their bodies afterward.

“The Washington Post is my favorite publication," Paronto quipped. "So much, it’s right next to the bathroom, the toilet so when I run out of toilet paper, it’s right there to cover it. That’s basically what it’s worth.”

"Let me tell you this, Washington Post: Watch yourself," he continued. "I promise this, I will come at you with everything that I have to expose every kind of lie that you put out there."

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