One of President Barack Obama's top national security officials called out President Trump for lying in a tweet early this morning.
Sen. Lindsey Graham (R-SC) said there must be an investigation into former national security adviser Susan Rice's actions must be investigated.
Harvard Law Professor Alan Dershowitz slammed the Obama administration for "set[ting] back the peace process enormously" between the Israelis and Palestinians by allegedly colluding to forward a resolution condemning West Bank settlements.
A recent, revealing New York Times piece profiled the way a failed novelist-turned-White House advisor shaped a narrative to sell the media, and, in turn, the public on the Iran nuclear deal.
Deputy National Security Advisor Ben Rhodes was on “Special Report” tonight, where Shannon Bream asked him if the Pentagon is considering sending additional military advisors to help the Yazidis in Iraq.
The Obama administration is said to be withholding emails in which officials apparently discussed how to respond to media coverage in the weeks after the Benghazi attack. The email chain, which included top White House officials Denis McDonough, John Brennan, and Ben Rhodes, was dated Sept. 27-28, 2012 and was in reference to a report by Fox News' Chief Intelligence Correspondent Catherine Herridge.
Judge Andrew Napolitano weighed in this morning on Fox and Friends, explaining how the Benghazi emails could be a violation of federal law. Napolitano pointed out that this email occurred during the height of a presidential campaign with President Obama neck and neck in polls with Mitt Romney.
Greg Gutfeld tonight remarked on the latest Benghazi information, which suggests that the White House pushed the narrative about a YouTube video.
There’s new reaction on Benghazi from lawmakers today after newly released White House emails show top aides worked to prep then-UN Ambassador Susan Rice for the Sunday talk shows.
Catherine Herridge reported some new developments in the investigation into the Sept. 2012 Benghazi attack, including the release of documents that lead directly to the White House. Among the documents, obtained by Judicial Watch through a FOIA request, is an email from senior White House adviser Ben Rhodes to other top administration officials, including Press Secretary Jay Carney.
The White House released 100 pages of emails dealing with the CIA’s talking points on the September 11, 2012 attack in Benghazi, Libya. Fox News’ James Rosen reported that the White House succumbed to the demands from GOP lawmakers for the release of White House and State Department emails regarding the CIA's talking points.
The emails contradict Press Secretary Jay Carney’s assertion that the White House’s only edit to the talking points was a stylistic change to the word “consulate.”