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Do you think that Susan Rice gave intentionally misleading information about the 2012 attacks on the U.S. diplomatic post in Benghazi?

  • Susan Rice Lied

    Susan Rice did give intentionally misleading information about the 2012 attacks on the diplomatic post in Libya. We know right away that the CIA told the White House that the attack was terror related and Rice wanted to keep that from the public because that information would of hurt President Obama.

  • the U.S. diplomatic

    I personally agree,Yes, Susan Rice should apologize for her actions in Benghazi, because her reaction was completely inappropriate, and led to the deaths of Americans. In Benghazi, Americans were left to die, because Obama had to create the picture that he had conquered terrorism. Susan Rice looked the other way while people suffered.

  • No Susan Rice did not lie.

    Susan Rice may have hurt her reputation but she did not intend to mislead anyone with her information about the 2012 attacks in Benghazi. As a diplomatic leader it is her duty to protect and serve the country to the best of her abilities and at the time she took a risk and did what she thought was best, not trying to harm anyone.

  • No,I do not think that Susan Rice intentionally gave misleading information about the Benghazi attacks.

    No,I do not think that Susan Rice intentionally gave misleading information about the Benghazi attacks.The problem she was pressured to give information before she was even really aware of it herself..She did not have time to digest the information so she could convey it to the media in a meaningful way.

  • Susan Rice gave what information she was alloted to give.

    Susan Rice catches a lot of blame for the "Benghazi cover up" that really didn't happen. Some people wanted information that just had not been released yet, and Susan Rice gave what information she had to give. It is not a cover-up. Even with the investigation that followed, nothing was revealed aside from a risk assessment that cited a possible eventual attack. When analyzed, all risk assessments of US installations within the middle east during that time probably had the same assessment.


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