Sen. John McCain: 'Cover-Up' on Benghazi

McCain cites "willful removal of information" from talking points.
3:00 | 05/12/13

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President's spokesman to say that -- it was only words or technical changes made in those emails is a flat out untruth I like mr. Carney. But that that's just not acceptable for the president's spokesman to say that to the American people. -- we now know any reference to act of terror any reference to al-Qaeda were removed from those talking points and it was done -- a deputies meeting just before. Susan Rice went -- to cover up. I'd call -- a cover up I would call it a cover up in the extent that there was willful. Removal of information. Which was obvious it was obvious mr. hicks said in his testimony -- jaw dropped when he saw Susan -- -- that. I was on I was on another. The Sunday morning show after she was -- my jaw dropped he said but people don't bring rocket propelled grenades and mortars to spontaneous demonstration.

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