Thursday, October 18, 2012

Unlikely: Obama says he wasn't confused about Benghazi attack

If Obama wasn't confused about the Benghazi attack, he deserves an academy award. 

Via The Hill:
[O]bama was also asked by Stewart about “confusion” surrounding the Benghazi attack.
The president said his administration wasn’t “confused about the fact that four Americans had been killed” in the assault.

“I wasn’t confused about the fact that we needed to ramp up diplomatic security around the world right after it happened,” Obama said.

“I wasn’t confused about the fact that we had to investigate exactly what happened so it gets fixed. And I wasn’t confused about the fact that we’re going to hunt down whoever did it.”

During the wide-ranging interview with Stewart, the president also touted other actions of his administration. Obama said his biggest accomplishments included bailing out the auto industry, ending the war in Iraq, and passing healthcare reform legislation. Obama said he had a “strong story to tell” in making his case for reelection.

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