Asked at a Wednesday even hosted by the Women’s Foreign Policy Group if more Benghazi information was coming, National Security Advisor Susan Rice responded “dang if I know.” Rice cited what she said was the administration’s release of “25,000 pages of documents, or 25,000 individual documents.”
The national security advisor denied misleading the American public last September during an array of Sunday show appearances, saying she used the best information available at the time.
Samantha Power accused Susan Rice of letting the Rwandan genocide happen. Now Syria is the “problem from hell.”
The White House press secretary said Susan Rice discussed the possibility that al-Qaeda might be involved in the Sept. 11 attack on the American Consulate in Benghazi. But outside of a brief mention on CBS’s Face the Nation, Rice mostly did not discuss the involvement of al-Qaeda or al-Qaeda affiliates.
The UN ambassador said the neighboring country knows Kim Jung-un has “gone too far.”
“I’m not going to be guided by what’s written or not written.”
Republicans have their scalp, even if questions remain. Her head is the punctuation mark.
The first term repeats itself.
The U.S. ambassador to the United Nations says she wants to avoid distractions for President Barack Obama. Obama “regrets” attacks on “extraordinarily capable, patriotic, and passionate public servant.”
Will the new Congress’ first battle be a war over a qualified black woman? The prize for winning: Chuck Hagel.
The likely next Secretary of State’s leading critic can’t fault her on this one.
The president praises his beleaguered U.N. ambassador during a cabinet meeting today.
Focus should be on unanswered questions about the attack, says Carney. Says GOP obsessed with meaningless talking points.
Ayotte says she will hold the nomination until all of her questions have been answered. A harsher tone from the GOP after recent hedging.
The potential secretary of state nominee aims to win hearts and minds on Capitol Hill. Rice and McCain will sit down Tuesday, joined by Ayotte and Graham.
Obama has “a duty to the American people to answer the basic questions surrounding the Benghazi attack,” Republican lawmaker says in letter.
“Clearly the security measures were not adequate despite an overwhelming and growing amount of information showing the area of Benghazi was dangerous and particularly the date of September 11,” says Sen. Marco Rubio.
“They’ve got a problem with me.”
Now targeting Susan Rice for comments on Benghazi attack.
McCain says he will do everything within his power to block her nomination. The U.N. ambassador gave bad facts on Benghazi.
“He’ll run into a buzz saw of Vietnam vets,” GOP aide says of potential defense secretary nomination of Sen. John Kerry. Benghazi scandal looms large in Ambassador Rice’s future.
Though it runs a little long, the Heritage Foundation’s excellently crafted new video is worth a watch for anybody who’s a fan of political attack ads — or wondering why the Obama Administration is facing so much criticism in the aftermath of the Benghazi attack.
The United States Ambassador to the United Nations sat down with BuzzFeed Shift to talk about everything from the progress of women around the world to hijabs at the Olympics to the crisis in Syria. Russia and China will protect President Assad “at the expense of the blood of the people of Syria,” she says.