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Tuesday on The Kelly File, host Megyn Kelly spoke to the last person to speak to US Ambassador to Libya J. Christopher Stevens before he was brutally killed by terrorists on September 11, 2012.

Gregory Hicks, then the deputy chief of mission in Libya for the United States, said that “Mrs. Clinton cannot be trusted with the security of the nation.”

Tuesday was also the anniversary of the statement by Hillary Clinton that a “disgusting, reprehensible, anti-Muslim video” was the cause of the attack that killed four Americans, including Stevens.

Stevens could only have a two-man security team with him in Benghazi because “our security complement in Tripoli was reduced from 34 to six” by people delegated by Clinton.

“She delegated those responsibilities and didn’t pay attention afterwards,” said Hicks, who became a whistleblower and testified before Congress about the attack.

“Consequently she must bear responsibility for their outcomes—[some of the actions] cannot be delegated according to law.”

Hicks said he would not be voting for Clinton, but said he did not prescribe to any party line and is otherwise undecided.

Watch Hicks’ full comments above and let us know what you think.


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