The Susan Rice Credibility Gap

The American Conservative’s Patrick J. Buchanan argues that the Obama administration’s recent decision to acknowledge that the Benghazi attacks were the work of terrorists raises serious questions about U.S. Ambassador to the U.N. Susan Rice’s credibility. In the days following the attacks, “Rice was trotted out on every Sunday talk show to blame the massacre on a mob inflamed by the Internet video ‘Innocence of Muslims,'” writes Buchanan. “Rice was either ignorant of what went on in Benghazi when she was sent out to do those TV shows, or misled by her own government, or sent out to lie to ensure that America’s anger was not redirected to her administration.”

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