Bill Hemmer pressed State Department Spokesperson Jen Psaki on the 2011 Iraq troop withdrawal following former Defense Secretary Leon Panetta’s criticism of the administration for failing to leave a stay-behind force.
In his new memoir, “Worthy Fights,” former Defense Secretary Leon Panetta blames the White House for pulling U.S. forces out of Iraq.
There are growing questions into the disappearance and eventual release of America’s only known prisoner of war, Sgt. Bowe Bergdahl. The now 28-year-old was released after five years in captivity by the Taliban after the United States agreed to release five Gitmo detainees.
The Benghazi scandal keeps getting bigger – that was the subject of Bill O’Reilly’s Talking Points Memo. During a House Oversight Committee hearing, retired Air Force Brigadier General Robert Lovell testified about why the United States military didn’t respond to the attack in Benghazi that killed four Americans.
Bill O’Reilly said that former Secretary of Defense Leon Panetta must testify under oath about whether or not he told Obama that the murders in Benghazi were part of a terrorist attack on the day that the attack happened.
Fox News has obtained previously top secret documents and transcripts indicating what President Obama knew about the Benghazi attack and when he knew it.
President Obama is facing some tough criticism over Syria from both of his former defense secretaries. Leon Panetta, who left the post earlier this year, and Robert Gates, who began as Defense Secretary under George W. Bush and served through July 2011, leveled the criticism at a forum in Dallas Tuesday.
A senior United States military commander at the time of the Benghazi, Libya attack has come forward with firsthand knowledge to say it was clear that it had nothing to do with an anti-Islamic video from the beginning.