President Obama's National Security Adviser Susan Rice made headlines again on Sunday's "Meet the Press," maintaining that she has no regrets about the way she handled the Benghazi attack fallout.


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“What I said to you that morning, and what I did every day since, was to share the best information that we had at the time,” Rice told David Gregory on Sunday. “The information I provided … was what we had at the moment.”

The then-ambassador to the UN was criticized at the time for going on several Sunday shows in September 2012 and blaming a protest over an anti-Islam video for the attack that killed four Americans.

Rice conceded that the "information turned out, in some respects, not to be 100 percent correct," arguing that nobody in the administration meant to mislead the public.


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Bret Baier joined Fox and Friends this morning to discuss the new developments, pointing out that Rice was handed a set of talking points that turned out to be untrue. Baier highlighted that Sen. John McCain (R-AZ) has said that from the documents he has looked at, it is "clear" there was an effort to mislead the American people.

Bret also reacted to a new report about billions of dollars in proposed military budget cuts by the Defense Department.

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