Michael Morell, former acting director of the CIA, says that Russia's meddling in the U.S. presidential election is a major threat to our democracy and national security.
Judge Jeanine delivered an opening statement on ex-CIA Director Michael Morell and Benghazi.
Former Acting CIA Director Michael Morell gave his first public testimony on the Benghazi attack yesterday.
Fox News' Chief Intelligence correspondent Catherine Herridge has followed the Benghazi story since it happened, providing exclusive reports on what occurred within the Obama administration in the aftermath. On Happening Now this morning, she explained what the viewer should take away from today's House Intelligence Committee hearing on the heavily scrutinized Benghazi talking points.
Former acting director of the CIA Michael Morell is answering questions in front of the House Intelligence Committee on the Benghazi attack today.
Michael Morell maintained in his opening statement (video above) that the White House did not "make any substantive changes to the talking points," nor did they ask him to do so. He explained that the claims about the protests outside the U.S. consulate came from the intelligence community as a whole, conceding that the process within the CIA "could have been better."
In his opening statement this morning, the top Democrat on the House Intelligence Committee dismissed the idea that there was a "conspiracy" within the Obama administration following the Benghazi attack.
Bill O’Reilly discussed tomorrow’s Benghazi hearing in his Talking Points Memo, stressing that the assassination of four Americans is a very important story.
The CIA’s top officer on the ground in Libya at the time of the September 2012 Benghazi attack will testify before Congress today for the first time.
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.
House Intelligence Committee Chairman Mike Rogers is mulling whether or not to recall former CIA Director David Petraeus and his ex-deputy Michael Morell to testify on Benghazi.
In a statement released Wednesday afternoon, Deputy CIA Director Michael Morell announced his resignation after serving the country for 33 years.
The announcement comes amid growing controversy surrounding the government's surveillance of American citizens' phone and internet communications. However, no ties have been made between Morell's resignation and the recent controversy.