It was one of Hillary Clinton's most infamous utterances during her tenure as secretary of state: "What difference, at this point, does it make?" The comment came at a Senate committee hearing on the attack in Benghazi, and, writes Ed Krayewski, it encapsulated the attitude that Barack Obama's self-described "most transparent administration in history" has taken to actual transparency.
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