During a discussion on HBO's "Real Time" Friday night, failed Democratic Senate candidate from Missouri, Jason Kander, challenged Tomi Lahren to name the four Americans who were killed by Islamic terrorists in Bengahzi on Sept. 11, 2012.
Kander's challenge came during a segment of the show when host Bill Maher was discussing the recent botched Navy SEAL mission in Yemen with his panel, which included Lahren, Kander and GOP strategist Rick Wilson.
That mission, despite killing several high-level Al Qaeda in the Arabian Peninsula leaders, left one American Navy SEAL dead and severely damaged a military helicopter, which was later completely destroyed.
Maher made the point that if in the opening days of a Hillary Clinton presidency an American solider was killed in a botched mission, then the conservative media would be screaming about a second Benghazi. To that point, Lahren agreed.
Kander chimed in to say that conservatives and Republicans "used the people who died [at Benghazi] as political chess pieces for quite a few years" in order to grill Clinton, who at the time the attack happened, was thought to be the most likely person to become the 2016 Democratic presidential nominee.
Then Kander challenged Lahren to name the four Americans who died at the Benghazi compound, telling Lahren: "You don't know."
But Lahren did know and she made sure Kander understood.
"Chris Stevens, Glen Doherty, Tyrone Woods and Sean Smith," Lahren boldly proclaimed straight to Kander's face.
Watch the exchange below:
Kander is the former secretary of state of Missouri. He challenged Sen. Roy Blunt (R-Mo.) last year for Blunt's Senate seat as the Democratic nominee, but ultimately lost in the general election by less than three percent.