Krauthammer: Obama Showed 'Unbelievable Air of Indifference' to Benghazi Attack
Charles Krauthammer reacted to the release of the House report on the Benghazi attack, saying that the U.S. government's failed response was a "debacle of the first order."
Krauthammer said it's unfortunate Hillary Clinton is running for president, because the focus should be on President Obama, former Defense Secretary Leon Panetta, and "the chain of command and why nothing happened."
He said that Clinton had a "relatively peripheral role."
Krauthammer said that the Obama Administration displayed an "unbelievable air of indifference" to the attack.
"The president issues a command to go and do something, and then where is he?"
He contrasted the response to that of the raid on Osama Bin Laden's Pakistani compound.
"Why weren't those people in the Situation Room in the middle of an attack on our embassy? The ambassador is missing, the fight is going on, and everybody important is gone."
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