What did we learn during Bret Baier and Greta Van Susteren's 30-minute, live interview with Hillary Clinton? Bill Hemmer discussed that with Bret this morning on America's Newsroom.

On Benghazi, Clinton reiterated that the video played a part in how officials viewed the attack immediately afterwards, leading up to Susan Rice's Sunday show claims.

"She stands by the fact that a video was a part of the situation on the ground in Benghazi. To this day she stands by the statement she made in testimony that there was nothing in the intelligence community that would have changed what Susan Rice said on those Sunday shows. Despite the fact that we've heard the Deputy CIA Director at the time, Mike Morell, saying they were surprised when she mentioned the video. Or the fact we've heard from commanders on the ground saying they knew real-time that it was terrorist-coordinated," he said.

Baier pointed out that Clinton had never said previously that she was "bouncing back and forth" between blaming the video and thinking it was the work of terrorists.

He predicted that we'll be pointing back to her answers in the interview once the House Select Committee hearings on Benghazi get underway. 

Baier noted that Clinton separated herself from President Obama on the IRS scandal, Iraq and dealing with Iran.

Watch the full interview above, including what Bret thought was the "big moment" of the interview.

Baier Presses Clinton: 'What Exactly Were You Taking Responsibility For?'