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Back here at home the question of who will be the nation's top diplomat.
In president Obama's second term continues to intersect.
With complaints about how the administration handled the Libya terror attack.
Chief intelligence correspondent Catherine Herridge with the continuing saga of what Susan Rice knew and when she knew.
Since the close classified briefings on Capitol Hill two weeks ago lawmakers have stressed that ambassador Susan Rice had -- to both the unclassified intelligence on -- -- -- attack including the controversial CIA talking points.
As well as classified information for now leading Republican in the senate -- sponsored the classified information included the president's daily brief.
Drive from the sixteen intelligence agencies the top secret document including compelling evidence of terrorist involvement Sheen had -- Access to the fall presidential daily three.
So she was well informed.
And she knew that our word intelligence community felt.
That severed ties -- al-Qaeda affiliates that were involved in the attacks.
Earlier this week Democrats defended -- questioning why it took so long for the intelligence community to -- there was no demonstration.
Setting too critical pieces of data.
The interview with the people on the ground as well as the video evidence.
That took time in some cases days in some cases more than a week.
And that accounted for a lawn of the inaccurate information initially.
And one of the questions that I've asked is why did it take as long as it did.
Aside from the -- -- controversy a new report focuses on -- -- financial holdings along with her husband.
The couple owns stock in two overseas conglomerates Royal Dutch Shell and the Italian oil company ENI that until recently did business with Iran.
A spokeswoman for ambassador rice said she had fully complied with financial disclosure rules.
With respect to Iran ambassador rice -- to impose the toughest UN sanctions regime ever on -- -- continued failure to live up to its obligations.
A government watchdog group who is reviewed -- financial says the records have been out there for a year but only this week got a second law.
Because she's such a controversial nominate these things tend to get magnified and every single cabinet secretary or -- point 28.
Our potential appointee you know people will go through the pass in the history and ask questions.
-- Monday the head of US Africa -- is scheduled to speak at George Washington University on the rising threat of terrorism in North Africa.
Cheryl Carter Ham almost certainly face questions.
About the growing presence of al-Qaeda as well as -- the military could've done more during the bank Gaza attack on his name came up a lot.
Catherine thank you.
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