Hillary Clinton must have been mindful of the old adage that you never interrupt an enemy when he is making a mistake. She sat in the witness chair with the patience of Job, hour after endless hour, while the House Select Committee on Benghazi did all it could to make her our next president.
Just in time for election year, the FBI has lassoed a suspect in the Sept 11, 2012, attack on the US Embassy in Benghazi, Libya, that killed four American citizens, including U Ambassador Christopher Stevens.
Papers related to the American operation in Libya remain loosely secured more than three weeks after an attack on the U.S. Consulate left the ambassador and three other Americans dead, The Washington Post reported Wednesday.
Mrs. Clinton, the secretary of state, appears to believe that the Arabs and Egyptians should be grateful to America, and most Americans would probably agree.
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Romney's rushed statement Tuesday night calling the Obama administration's response to the violence in the Middle East "disgraceful" was a new low in a campaign already scraping bottom.