Ambassador Wanted A Plane To Get Out Of Libya And Was Denied Obama Admin! – Hannity
Mitt Romney, fresh off what by most accounts was his victory Wednesday night in the first debate with President Obama, said in a Fox News interview that the deadly consulate attack in Libya was a “tragic failure” of security and that the Obama admiration’s explanations have been “misleading.”
The comments on Libya, made in an interview Thursday night with Fox News’ Sean Hannity, served to underscore Romney’s foreign policy attack on Obama, after a first debate that focused solely on domestic policy.
Obama claimed Thursday on the campaign trail that the Romney of the debate had tried to “dance around his positions” from the trail. Romney countered, “It’s the same message I’ve been saying across America.”
“Obviously the president wasn’t happy with the response to our debate last night,” he said.
As for Libya, Republicans have been vocal in questioning the Obama administration’s response to the attack last month that killed U.S. Ambassador Christopher Stevens and three other Americans. Sources have described the Sept. 11 attack as a coordinated assault by extremists that appear to have ties to Al Qaeda, but an investigation still is under way.
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