‘I’m Not Buying It’: Uncle of Benghazi Victim on Hillary Clinton’s Apology
The only suspect arrested in the Benghazi attack is currently on board a U.S. Navy ship, with an interrogation underway, and headed for Washington, D.C.
Ahmed Abu Khatallah’s capture is sparking more questions about the the terror attack, which claimed the lives of four Americans. Patricia Smith, mother of Benghazi victim Sean Smith, is demanding answers from former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton.
“Tell me what happened. Why did she not give security when she put people in harm’s way? As they say they don’t never leave anyone behind, but they do. They left him behind," she said last night on America's Newsroom
This morning on “America’s Newsroom,” Bill Hemmer spoke with Michael Ingmire, the uncle of Sean Smith.
Ingmire commented on the Benghazi apology Hillary Clinton gave during her interview with Bret Baier and Greta Van Susteren saying it was “not a sincere apology Mrs. Clinton, you should be apologizing to…all of the family members. Because Mrs. Clinton, you never provided the security that Ambassador Stevens requested.”
“If you hurt someone, if you cause destruction, you apologize," he continued. "You basically say ‘I’m accountable...'"
Watch the interview with Ingmire above and Greta's interview with Pat Smith below:
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