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Report: Obama Was Briefed on Benghazi Terrorism Connection Days Before Susan Rice's Public Denials

RGR25 Wrote: Nov 20, 2012 11:42 AM
. Consular security is a State Department matter. The U.N. ambassador has no authority over such questions. If the matter of security in Benghazi was ever the subject of a principals-level meeting of the top national-security team, then maybe she was privy to a discussion. But it’s certainly not her decision. The only outpost whose security she’s responsible for is the one in Turtle Bay.
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RGR25 Wrote: Nov 20, 2012 11:43 AM
ice was just being a good team player. She said what she was told by intelligence agencies to say. If you look over her remarks, they were invariably carefully couched, to each host: “the best information we have at present,” she said to NBC’s David Gregory. So it was. As The Wall Street Journal and others have reported, the intel assessments were changing the day she was on those shows, but she didn’t yet know that.

I realize all this sounds very suspicious to Obama haters. But this is how the world goes sometimes. David Petraeus has confirmed that while he knew or sensed from the start that it was a terrorist attack, America’s 16 intelligence agencies weren’t ready to say that publicly, mostly for fear of tipping off the bad guys.
RGR25 Wrote: Nov 20, 2012 11:44 AM
So Rice said what she was told to say.

Just last week, the president adamantly defended his Ambassador to the United Nations, Susan Rice, who is widely rumored to be a leading contender to replace Hillary Clinton at State.  Rice appeared on all five Sunday morning shows on September 16, five days after the deadly 9/11 attacks.  She advanced three core assertions for public consumption:
 

(1) The the violence had spilled over from "spontaneous" protests over an internet video.  (There were no protests outside of the Benghazi consulate leading up to the...