McCain: The Truth About Benghazi Doesn’t Fit Obama’s ‘I Got Bin Laden’ Narrative

Published on November 19, 2012

by Meenal Vamburka

Sen. John McCain paid a visit to CBS’ Face the Nation this weekend, to discuss the attack on the U.S. consulate in Benghazi, particularly through the lens of the White House response to the situation. Asked why the president’s administration would be unwilling to immediately connect the incident to terrorism, McCain pointed to the administration’s misleading narrative.

McCain pointed to President Barack Obama‘s “I got bin Laden, al Qaeda’s on the run” narrative. It’s not true, he said. “Al Qaeda is making a strong comeback all over the Middle East.”

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