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She's White House correspondent Ed Henry is live with more for us now -- What -- good to see -- what what all this started with is the fact that the US embassy in Cairo in that first incident.
Denounce this anti Muslim film it sounded like they were apologizing for the film and not.
Denouncing the protestors who scaled the walls of the US embassy there initially that's what governor Romney.
Was responding to.
Last night in a written statement now the Obama campaign in Chicago denounce that.
Said governor Romney was politicizing all of this.
To to start things off and was suggesting that the embassy.
In Cairo was only reacting in an attempt to sort of quell the violence -- that.
It was not a statement that was put out originally by the embassy after the actual violence but in fact if you look at Twitter there were -- put out by the embassy.
Saying that they stood behind these statements even after.
The violence had occurred there in Cairo that's why governor -- you say a short time ago did not back down.
And suggested that the administration here and apologize instead of denouncing the violence take -- listen to governor.
The White House distance itself last night from the statement saying it wasn't cleared by Washington.
That reflects the mixed signals they're sending to the world.
The attacks in Libya and Egypt underscore that the world remains a dangerous place.
And that American leadership is still sorely need it.
Now this morning secretary of state Hillary Clinton made clear that there is no apology.
For the -- the anti Muslim film -- she said there's nothing.
That justifies the kind of violence that happened both in Cairo and then moving forward.
To the violence in Libya that resulted in these tragic deaths after that the president came out in the Rose Garden he did address any of the politics back and forth.
With governor Romney but he insisted that justice here would be done -- -- list.
No acts of terror will ever shake the resolve this great nation.
Alter that character.
Or clips the light of the values that we stand for.
Today we mourn for more Americans who represent the very best of the United States of America.
We will not waiver in our commitment to see the justice is done for this terrible act and make no mistake.
Justice will be done.
I was in the -- by the president said that several times in terms of justice will be done but he did not take questions from reporters -- -- did not press him.
In fact it's -- spell out what kind of justice will be done will there be any sort of US military action.
I shouted to him was this an act of war he did not answer that question -- other questions of reporters shouted him.
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