Susan Rice on #Benghazi interviews: ‘I don’t have time to think about a false controversy’

Janeen Capizola
BizPac Review

With a statement that rivals the callousness of Hillary Clinton’s “what difference, at this point, does it make,” National Security Advisor Susan Rice said Sunday she “doesn’t have time to think about a false controversy” stirred up over her false talking points during interviews given in the days after the Benghazi attack in 2012.

Sunday’s “60 Minutes” segment on Rice, the former ambassador to the United Nations who was primed to be President Obama’s next secretary of state until “she walked into the Benghazi buzzsaw,” covered a variety of topics she has contended with from “the Edward Snowden leaks, the chemical weapons attack in Syria, Egypt, Iran, China, Russia…you name it,” Lesley Stahl reported...


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