This interview says nothing about what went on during the attack. While admirable that Ambassador Stevens was a kind and peaceful man, he died a tragic death at the hands of Terrorists. What we all want to know is why the cover up ? Who was involved with the cover up ?
Reasonable minded men and women can see that a story was concocted to take blame for security issues and no rescue attempt was made. But an order to stand down while under attack was given. This is way bigger then Watergate. The CIA is somehow involved because every Embassy has a CIA operative. That is very common knowledge across the world.
Obama knew what really happened, and he sent his underlings out to spread lies rather then risk the truth costing him votes. Please forget what political parties these people belong to. Our POTUS is suppose to be Commander in Chief. If he does not protect and attempt a rescue of our citizens coming under fire he does not belong in the position.
As Harry Truman, a Democrat said... "The Buck Stops Here" He saved thousand of American lives by doing the unthinkable. He had a love of his country first, and of its people. Historians question his decision, but it saved Americans lives.
POTUS Obama is no Harry Truman. I'd suggest to either Party, they seek to find a man like Truman. One who has served his country, and does not put political gain before protecting its citizens.
From 1905 to 1911, Truman served in the Missouri National Guard. When the United States entered World War I in 1917, he helped organize the 2nd Regiment of Missouri Field Artillery, which was quickly called into Federal service as the 129th Field Artillery and sent to France. Truman was promoted to Captain and given command of the regiment's Battery D. He and his unit saw action in the Vosges, Saint Mihiel and Meuse-Argonne campaigns. Truman joined the reserves after the war, rising eventually to the rank of colonel. He sought to return to active duty at the outbreak of World War II, but Army Chief of Staff General George C. Marshall declined his offer to serve.