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It was a long and emotional day as witnesses shared their accounts of the attack in Benghazi. CNN's Dana Bash reports.
Wolf you are a reporter and I have always have had a lot of respect for you but I am losing this. You need to get back on your game and do the hard work of reporting on the Benghazi. No matter where it takes you and against whomever in office or not. Do the facts and only the real facts, no opinions, just the real facts and lets us people decide for ourselves. Be the real reporter you are.
This is a NO story!! These guys already testified and have no new information. If they really wanted to help they would be working on the recommendations from the report. Republicans have no credibility on this issue until they go back and lock Cheney and bush up for falsely taking us into a war and killing thousands of Americans...if they are enraged over 4 just imagine how enraged they should be over thousands. This will have no effect on Hillary or Obama,, just more wasted time when they could be creating jobs, dealing with guns, and immigration.
Its disgraceful that 4 men were brutally massacre in Benghazi, and no one has been held accountable! Hiliray Clinton has to take responsibility, it happened on her watch. someone ignored their request for Reinforcement and cries for help, before and on 9-11-12. some could have been saved . That's just too bad if she did not want any Terrorist Attack on her watch! When will the perpetrators be bought to Justice? These 4 men deserve justice and so do their families!
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