Transcript for Van Susteren: Candy Crowley 'Clumsy' on Debate Correction
There could be another flashpoint on the issue of bad guys say it did create a moment. Between governor Romney in the present the other night let's take a look. You said in the Rose Garden the day after the attack it was an act of terror. It was not a spontaneous demonstration is that what you -- saying please -- -- By. Want to make sure we get that for the record because it took the president fourteen days before he called the attack and then -- an act of terror get the transfer. It if he -- and in fact -- Greta Van Susteren Candy -- stepping in there to the public doesn't get erection additional help governor Ronnie -- candy colored Bentley as children of what I used to work. And it -- CNN. But I actually think she helped governor -- because. Is there about fifteen or sixteen topics they discussed that night and the most important issue for governor Romney's campaign is to put the spotlight and Libya and how the president's administration has -- -- has been very clumsy at best. Not given -- the information mean the American people what happened. So what happened is because Candy Crowley was clumsy -- and -- the entire discussion and even right now is about Libya where we -- prime reserved it for the debate tomorrow night. But candy in -- in an unusual bizarre way put the total spotlight so let me talk. No absolutely not I mean I think that. The debt been Ghazi discussion -- discussion was was the president's best moment of that debate and I think Mitt Romney's worst moment of that debate and I have to say. So many times in this -- -- discourse that we have. -- candy what can equally get actually thought was laudable because what happens in this whole thing is the truth becomes a casualty and -- supposed to say what actually that what actually happened -- disposed to make accusations back and forth to each other and nobody spoke to correct and say by the way that's not true actually thought what Candy Crowley did and I hope we can. To do more of that in this discourse but I think in the course of this Mitt Romney does not want to be talking about Libya. Mitt Romney wants to be talking about the economy if you take a look at all the polls on Libyan foreign policy in going into this debate the president has an advantage -- that.
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