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Six months after the election the fallout from -- in Gaza attack continues.
And it's not coming from just the GOP.
James Rosen live in Washington with more on that except I believe -- will -- -- -- -- hello James tell us more on.
-- right good evening from Washington -- where congressional Republicans vowed again today to continue investigating Ben Ghazi.
President is not going to go away this is not a Fox News story this is an American story.
A four brave Americans killed.
By radical islamists the threat is growing he denied the threat.
The White House today as Wendell -- was just noting faced fresh questions about the talking points re written eleven times.
Before being used by UN ambassador Susan Rice on the Sunday shows of September 16.
Opponents are more concerned about giving pres Obama black guy and taking shots Secretary Clinton.
Can actually tracking down the people who perform these outrageous acts.
Bringing them to justice sort of securing our diplomatic posts Republicans want to debate who changed talking points.
However the Washington post's fact checker column today gave mr.
For Pinocchio was for claiming he had described -- -- is an act of terror.
Back on September 12 he did not affirmatively state that the American ambassador died because of an act of terror said the column adding.
When given repeated opportunities to forthrightly declare Ben Ghazi was an act of terrorism.
The president ducked the question on quote finally former Vice President Dick Cheney no stranger to these kinds of controversies appearing on Hannity last night.
Called Ben Ghazi unquote cover up that he said is still -- don't -- James Rosen in Washington tonight James thanks and the Senate Foreign Relations Committee today approved a new ambassador to Libya.
Her name is Debra K Jones the president nominated hurt after the death of ambassador Chris Stevens she is a career diplomat who has served.
In several Middle Eastern hotspots including Syria and Iraq as well as Kuwait and Turkey.
-- still faces a full senate confirmation.
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