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White House Denies Misleading Public on Benghazi

White House press secretary Jay Carney maintained Friday he did not mischaracterize the White House and State Department's role in developing of talking points regarding the attack on the American diplomatic post in Benghazi. 

Carney also again accused Republicans of attempting to "politicize" the Benghazi attack, saying Republican leaders on Capitol Hill were fully aware of the process to develop the talking points. 

"There was a process leading up to that from a variety of agencies, as is always the case and is always appropriate," Carney said at a White House press briefing. 

Source: The Hill. Read full article. (link)

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  • Sevo||

    From AP
    "The White House has insisted that it made only a "stylistic" change to the intelligence agency talking points"
    Yeah, the truth is soooo un-stylish!

    Read more: http://www.sfgate.com/news/pol.....z2SwKCODix

  • lisaruth0321||

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  • Hugh Akston||

    Frank is a bigger liar than Susan Rice, lisa. I wouldn't trust a word he says.

  • hotsy totsy||

    They would deny it, wouldn't they!

  • Lyle||

    Oh the irony of Obama, through Carney, telling the world the Republicans are trying to politicize the death of the U.S. ambassador and three other righteous Americans.

    Obama is goon, not a coon, a goon.

  • ||

    The GOP politicized it? Jesus, THEY politicized it the second they went with the hideous, and outrageous video story! And then expect people to let it go? If anything, the people SHOULD RALLY behind the GOP. My Lord.

    Why was there a stand down order. Why?


    TWO stand down orders.

    This entire administration needs to be flogged, incarcerated and discredited into oblivion, but the feeble GOP doesn't have the nuts to do it.