SHAMELESS HACK: Susan Rice, ‘No Regrets’ On Initial Benghazi Interviews

Former UN ambassador Susan Rice claimed she had no regrets over her inaccurate Benghazi talking points one day after the attack, claiming the notion that the White House deliberately misled people ‘patently false.’

In her first appearance on Meet the Press since the fateful one in September 2012 when she characterized the Benghazi attack as a “spontaneous response” to an anti-Islam video, National Security Advisor Susan Rice told host David Gregory that she had described the attack to the best of the administration’s knowledge according to the intelligence reports at the time, and that the U.S. was still actively pursuing the perpetrators.

“What I said to you that morning, and what I did every day since, was to share the best information that we had at the time,” Rice said.

Via Mediaite

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