George Will: Nation 'Systematically Misled' on Benghazi

George Will questions the administration's response to Benghazi.
3:00 | 05/12/13

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Transcript for George Will: Nation 'Systematically Misled' on Benghazi
George will. Is this going to last is this going to have a lasting effect is an unacceptable way to do business with the White House. Lasting. A week ago mr. Carney whose usefulness to this administration is diminishing rapidly. A week ago he said Ben Ghazi was a long time ago as it was the -- -- wars. This is a very live issue because. We now know three things -- of that mr. hicks the night of the attack speaking from -- Said. Pretty much what it was an armed insurrection not a movie review conducted with rocket propelled grenades and mortars. Five days later on this program and on 4 other Sunday morning programs. The idea of an exceptionally boisterous movie review was still the administration's. Position and then fourteen days after the attack at the UN -- the same thing. We started out with three arguments. Was it was security lax and -- -- demonstrably. Could sources -- -- got their rescue them doubtful. Has the nation been systematically misled certain -- Now we need to select committee in congress because the State Department -- named accountability review board. Neglected to -- in an interview -- in the secretary's day.

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