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Shifting over to Libya now it continues to be a big talker and that is what senator Lindsey Graham is talking about this morning.
Graham has been leading the charge to find answers about what really happened during that attack on our consulate.
And it going on the record last night the senator telling Greta Van Susteren what he thinks -- that the administration.
Switched the narrative but also issuing a very serious warning to the president about the threats abroad.
The most likely scenario is that they can strug did.
Where they would the less couple -- -- costs if the truth came out.
Did the thing Ghazi consulate had been attacked in April and June previously.
And that the British had believed in Gaza in the Red Cross was driven now.
Then that's a different story it's a story about al-Qaeda coming back.
Libya going -- going south and it destroys the narratives about killing bin Laden al-Qaeda has been dismantled.
And it also destroyed says -- -- he can lead from behind in Libya and everything's fine hold the president personally accountable for knowing the security situation.
In the world and if you're listening Mr.
-- rockets falling apart if no one else is telling you this.
I'm telling you this since we left Iraq there's been a doubling of al-Qaeda in Iraq they're training camps in western Iraq.
The that the Kurdish president hasn't spoken to prime minister malady in a year and the political process is now -- insecurity is deteriorating.
All the candidates response to the question on Libya the most talked about moment from Tuesday's debate the question was asked spike -- lot -- And after the debate the president actually spoke with him privately.
So did he get the answer he was looking for -- talked with Greta Van Susteren about that.
He tried to explain that the reason he took so long between that initial announcement in the Rose Garden.
And about two weeks later when he formally announce it is an act of terrorism.
That he wanted to be deliberate that he did not want to make a mistake based on misinformation.
He wanted accurate and true information because any action he took.
In any -- the world including the Middle East would have dire consequences.
So he really wanted to be deliberate and careful before you decided to take any course of action.
Did he -- the fact that he kept putting out there and also ambassador rice dad spoke only on the -- morning show us.
That they actually put out a theory that if he didn't want to make a mistake he should be put not the theory about the video and the protest because that can happen.
He didn't mention that to me Greta.
I've heard those stories.
I think you're absolutely right that story should not have surfaced.
I think everyone knew was a terrorist attack right from the beginning but he did not mention that to me during our private conversation.
After all that but -- says that he is still undecided on.
Who to vote.
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