It was a contentious interview on last night’s Special Report between anchor Bret Baier and Tommy Vietor, the former spokesman for the National Security Council during the Obama administration. Vietor sat down with Baier to discuss the latest developments on Benghazi.
Former acting director of the CIA Michael Morell is answering questions in front of the House Intelligence Committee on the Benghazi attack today.
This week, former CIA Acting Director Michael Morell will testify publicly for the first time about his role in crafting the talking points on the Benghazi. The document initially blamed protests for the attack that killed four Americans on September 11, 2012 in Libya.
President Obama’s decision to select UN Ambassador Susan Rice as his national security adviser is seen by some, including Bill O’Reilly, as a defiant move. Even tonight’s Factor guest, Bob Beckel, agreed with that, though he still thinks it was a good move.
President Obama has announced plans to promote State Department spokeswoman Victoria Nuland.
Nuland has been accused by Republicans of helping mislead the public about the attacks that killed four Americans in Benghazi. She’s been nominated to become assistant secretary for European and Eurasian Affairs, a post that requires Senate confirmation.
Wednesday evening, the White House released 100 pages of documents related to the development of the CIA’s talking points in the days following the September 11 attack on the U.S. Consulate in Benghazi.
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.”
The White House is releasing 100 pages of e-mails and notes on the Obama administration’s response to the deadly attack on a US diplomatic facility in Benghazi, Libya, detailing how the government developed talking points to describe the attack.
The press hounded Press Secretary Jay Carney on Wednesday over the Benghazi emails between the White House and the State Department. Carney held steadfast that the Obama administration has provided testimony and emails pertaining to the September 11, 2012 Benghazi attack. Stephen Hayes, from The Weekly Standard, broke the story of how heavily involved the State Department and White House were involved in the 12 edited versions of the CIA’s talking points.