“One thing this Congress is not short on is investigations into what happened before, during and after the attacks in Benghazi,” former press secretary Jay Carney claimed.
Shortly before 2 p.m., President Obama made a surprise announcement that White House Press Secretary Jay Carney has resigned. He will be replaced by Josh Earnest. Earnest had previously been the deputy White House spokesman.
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