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Brett Baier: ‘Hillary Still Not Taking Accountability For Benghazi’

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By Dom Giordano

PHILADELPHIA (CBS) – Dom Giordano talked with FOX News Anchor Bret Baier on Talk Radio 1210 WPHT about his interview with former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton.

Baier said he was surprised that she maintained her belief than an inflammatory video played a role in the terrorist attacks in Bengahzi on September 11, 2012.

“Hillary Clinton is still wedded to the fact that this video played a part in Benghazi despite all of the facts on the ground that have come up. Despite the repeated questions about that, Hillary Clinton said the ‘fog of war’ and still to this day she believes the video is part of that situation.”

He stated that she still is not holding herself accountable for what went down that night.

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“She is taking responsibility for being Secretary of State when it happened and that’s about it. The security decisions, she says were made below her and as far as no one being fired, she said that’s the law. You had to look into, on the Benghazi stuff, what she was saying. Some of that is going to come back, I think and be a problem for her in the Benghazi committee.”

Baier said Clinton also took the time to point out where she and President Obama disagree.

“She tried to separate herself from the President on working with Iran, she doesn’t want to do that, on calling for Prime Minister Maliki to step down in Iraq, that’s different from the administration policy. On the IRS scandal, she thinks it should still be investigated, it’s not a phony scandal and on the economy, she sympathizes with the 64 percent who say the country is on the wrong track.”

 

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