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New York now there are new concerns over White House credibility when it comes the Ben Ghazi terror attack.
There's a new poll shows a majority of people 53%.
Say the White House is mostly hiding something related to the attack just about a third think that they are mostly telling the truth.
General Jack -- retired four star general former vice chief of staff of the army and now a Fox News military analyst among many other things nice to see general gives you -- -- Nine months later moved to -- explains.
That's outrageous I mean we still have a a full accounting of why the security.
Was not right why ambassador stevens' request for security what went on answered why the leaders.
This -- to the Department of State to include the secretary of state who knew -- -- two previous attacks.
And also attempt to kill the UK ambassador why they were not involved in security solutions.
All of these things are still listen and as the false -- Which itself I think more than anything public gets the American people because they actually see -- they see government officials.
Creating a narrative that is incorrect and that that this fundamentally disturbing you've got to trust you know how when you talk about a security problem in the instance that it occurred and then Gaza.
Why -- you shore that up.
Well it it that was a pattern of activity -- for over a year a year a year.
It's one series of attack after another 212 on the consulate.
One attempt to kill the UK ambassador one on its -- Red Cross.
And -- the United Kingdom shut down there consulate left -- -- Its -- Red Cross left as well these things get reported because it's unusual even for an attack on Kabul.
In Afghanistan and -- unusual for an attack in Baghdad in embassy.
That gets reported was something like that happens all the principles and national security Millwood secretary -- -- a report.
Secretary of defense cassette reporting yes the president understates -- that would.
Report and an ambassador Stevens have requested security to that he -- did you do we have yet a full accounting as to why his request was not.
The film what we have an accounting that says it was -- and the middle.
Management level inside the Department of State then it was -- adhered to but it's not really accounting.
Why the security was not provided why an ambassador.
Was told no one who actually told the ambassador -- You said the narrative about the attack is most disturbing because people start to believe the government is not being.
Forthcoming with them we've been watching all these hearings in the -- was in Washington this is what we found the Wall Street Journal poll.
Does the IRS scrutiny of conservative groups raised doubts about the overall honesty integrity of the -- administration.
A clear majority say yes to that so you have the -- story the AP James Rosen story.
The NSA snooping story now on top of all this Ben Ghazi.
All of -- certainly disturbing is a basic distrust I think of government to begin with that that the people had but they wanna believe the government officials at the role they vote for.
And the fact of the matter is is that when something like this happens and there's a pattern.
Then you begin to have a credibility problem of trust which I think is a social.
Begins to break we're just talking thirty minutes ago Chris Wallace is -- ever on Johnson on his program FOX News Sunday over the weekend what is the next ripple.
In the Ben -- investigation.
What comes out.
Well I think we already know.
That security wasn't right we already know that is a false narrative.
I think the next thing that will happen is really.
A discussion with the principles involved.
-- the secretary of state.
I think she will probably be brought -- to be questioned at some point.
Because she was directly involved in this in the -- assess -- question I think that this issue that hasn't you know what about Susan Rice elevation this week are you OK with that.
I don't listen -- president's got a right to -- we wants to help.
And I would not have picked her but that's a lot in the position sleep you can pick who we ones.
The fact of the matter is it is disturbing that he would pick somebody that was so central.
To a false narrative that the American people receive I think there's a frustration and a White House I can only speculate.
That he wanted to be secretary of state he was not they would do that and by god he's gonna give her -- position.
Because he has a lot of confidence -- -- and so he's given this she -- she she does not need senate confirmation but they could I understand.
They could subpoena her for her role previously.
At her post -- you win -- you expect him.
I don't know whether that's gonna go -- I suspect probably not I don't think they would do that.
And he'll get given a position and now that she's an advisor to the president -- if she does have executive privilege over the job once she starts it.
She doesn't have -- over what took place in the past.
-- I I would suspect it probably would not do -- wait for the next shoe to drop thank you general Jack -- with as a student here thank you sir it's always courtesy of them got it we'll see and have a great weekend and they.
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