White House Press Secretary took questions from reporters on the newly released documents on Benghazi. Among the documents is a White House email in which top administration adviser Ben Rhodes outlined goals for then-UN Ambassador Susan Rice’s appearance on the Sunday talk shows after the Benghazi attack.
Fireworks were flying between White House Press Secretary Jay Carney and ABC reporter Jonathan Karl over the latest Benghazi revelations. At the press briefing, Carney said the newly released White House emails on prepping then-UN Ambassador Susan Rice for the Sunday talk shows were not about the Benghazi attack.
Megyn Kelly got fired up during an America Live debate Thursday on the Benghazi talking points.
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 Obama administration released 100 pages of documents and emails about the edited Benghazi talking points. Sean Hannity assessed that they “directly contradict” what White House Press Secretary Jay Carney has been telling the public.
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.