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Hillary Deferred to Experts on Benghazi Security, Defends High-Dollar Speaking Fees

The former secretary of state sits down with ABC News’ Diane Sawyer before the release of her memoir, "Hard Choices."
3:14 | 06/09/14

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out this count can George. It is going to be a difficult out tomorrow. Diane sawyer airs tonight and, Diane, right to it. You pushed her hard on the benghazi attacks that cost four American lives. Is there anything you personally should have been doing to make it safer in benghazi? What I did was give very direct instructions that the people who have the expertise and experience in security -- But personally you -- That is personal, though, Diane. I am not -- I'm not equipped to sit and look at blueprints to determine where the blast walls need to be or where the reinforcements need to be. That's why we hire people who have that expertise. I wonder if people are looking tore a sentence that begins from you, I should have. I should have. And you are going to hear what she said to that tonight. So many questions on benghazi because we know a lot of people think it's a central question of leadership if she runs for president and of course we go back and forth on really you think, really think she hasn't decided yet coming up tonight. Does she want to leave this life of advocacy for girls and at the same time the privileges she sheds of doing her own schedule which includes so many speeches and I think a lot of people have focused on the fact that she and president Clinton are making a lot of money. It has been reported you've made 5 million making speeches. The president's made more than $100 million. Well, if you -- you have no reason to remember, but we came out of 9 white house not only dead broke but in debt. We had no money when we got there and we struggled to, you know, piece together the resources for mortgages for houses, for Chelsea's education, you know, it was not easy. Bill has worked really hard and it's been amazing to me. He's worked very hard, first of all, we had to pay off all our debts which, you know, you had to make double the money and pay off the debt and get us houses and take care of family members. But do you think Americans will understand five types the median income in this country for one speech? Well, let me put it this way, I thought making speeches for money was a much better thing than getting connected with any one group or company as so many people who leave public life do. And she does make a lot of speeches for free, of course, to the group she cares about so much. But tonight, George, we will talk about everything. Everything. We're going to talk about the marriage. We'll talk about Monica lewinsky. We'll talk about age and I'm going to take you around her home, this home that she says is really a new sanctuary for her for the first time in 20 years as she lives her private life so it's all coming up and we have some laughs about dealing with hair in the public life. Perennial problem. Yeah. A lot coming up. We'll see a lot on "World news"

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