It is amazing that liberals aren’t more concerned about Hillary’s lack of leadership on Benghazi.
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Establishment Republicans and a right-wing group of former spies and special forces operatives that says it is nonpartisan but has historical Republican ties are raising a ruckus over Hillary Rodham Clinton’s handling of the 2012 assault on US installations in Benghazi, Libya.
The criticism of Clinton over the deadly attacks appears to be a preview of what the former secretary of state can expect should she pursue a presidential bid in 2016.
Four Americans, including US Ambassador Chris Stevens, were killed on September 11, 2012, in assaults by suspected militants on the lightly guarded US diplomatic post in Benghazi and a better-fortified CIA installation nearby.
The report of an official State Department review board, released in December 2012, found that security at Benghazi was grossly inadequate and cited leadership deficiencies at two department bureaus. It did not fault Clinton herself.
But Republican critics are not buying their assessment.