Republican vice presidential candidate Paul Ryan has called the White House response to the attacks in Libya as "slow," "confused" and "inconsistent." But he won't call for the resignation of U.N. Ambassador Susan Rice, who has become a GOP target after telling reporters early on that the attacks appeared to be a spontaneous protest.
On Laura Ingraham, Ryan refuses to call on Susan Rice to resign. Ingraham starts ranting about Romney/Ryan not taking a firmer stance.
— Rebecca Kaplan (@Rebecca_CBSNJ) October 1, 2012
Ryan pivots -- says they don't have all of the facts on Rice yet, unlike Holder, and says that's why there's a call for Holder to resign.
— Rebecca Kaplan (@Rebecca_CBSNJ) Oct. 1, 2012