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Missed the Sunday shows? Here’s all you need to know.

The Sunday shows today were dominated by foreign policy — whether Iraq, Syria or Benghazi — but immigration and the IRS were also at hand.

In case you weren't able to tune in, here are the highlights:

Bill Clinton says the GOP has a double standard on Benghazi

Key quote: "When 10 different instances occurred when President Bush was in office where American diplomatic personnel were killed, how many outraged Republican members of Congress were there? Zero."

Issa accuses Lerner's attorney of lying

Key quote: "Her attorney has said things that have not been correct or been disingenuous or outright lied a number of times, and it's been shown by e-mails."

Michael Hayden compares the danger posed by the situation in Iraq to 9/11

Key quote: "It's probably not 9/11, but it's certainly in the same area code."

Joe Manchin says thanks but no thanks on Obama's aid request for the Syrian opposition

Key quote: "The request for $500 million: I have a lot of problems with that ... and I for one would not support that unless I would see other facts that prove me wrong."

Aaron Blake covers national politics and writes regularly for The Fix.



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