GOP Senator Wants Obama To Blame Al Qaeda For Benghazi Attack Before Investigation Is Concluded

From ThinkProgress Mon Nov 19 2012, 14:00:00

Sen. Kelly Ayotte (R-NH) is quickly learning the ropes in her role as the new partner to some of the Obama administration's harshest foreign policy critics, jumping more fully into the fray on the now heavily-politicized response to the Sept. 11 attack in Libya. On Fox News this morning, Ayotte gave what was akin to [...]

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