Donald Rumsfeld on Barack Obama’s response to the Benghazi attacks: “The president left town, and went on campaigning…an executive doesn’t do that”

Posted: May 16, 2013 in Uncategorized

Piers Morgan

As political pressure continues to mount in the nation’s capital, on Wednesday evening “Piers Morgan Live” welcomed the return of Donald Rumsfeld, a man all too familiar with the red-hot glare accustomed to those working under the Washington microscope.

Addressing the on-going debate and drama surrounding the September 11 attacks in Benghazi, Libya, and the subsequently “controversial and slow-to-evolve explanation” offered by Washington, the former two-time Secretary of Defense offered his perspective, specifically taking exception with the way Barack Obama handled the situation in the weeks following the incident:

“He went around saying at the U.N. that it was a spontaneous demonstration, because of a YouTube, and Secretary of Defense Clinton went to the families of the people who were killed and said we’re going to find the man who did that YouTube video…they promoted that inaccurate narrative for days and days and days, and it was wrong,”…

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