Who said it?
1. “They’re in the midst of a presidential campaign. The narrative by the Obama campaign is that Bin Laden is dead, the — al-Qaeda is on the run, not to worry about anything. And here comes this attack on Benghazi. And there are so many questions that are unanswered. We need a select committee. But for the president’s spokesman to say, well there was only words, or technical changes made in those emails, is a flat out untruth.”
2. “It wasn’t necessary to interview [Hillary Clinton] because we knew in fact where the responsibility rested.”
3. “I want to wish Hillary a Happy Mother’s Day. She has her child. I don’t have mine because of her.
4. ” And what the attack on the consulate brings up . . . is the failure of the Benghazi policy from the beginning. And that’s why they had to call it a street demonstration instead of an attack because on the eve of an election that brought in a whole new narrative about foreign policy, about dealing with terrorism, and about the consequences that led to four deaths of people who served the United States.”
5. “We started out with three arguments. Was security lax in Benghazi? Demonstrably. Could forces have been there to rescue them? Doubtful. Has the nation been systemically misled? Certainly. Now, we need a select committee in congress because the State Department’s misnamed accountability review board neglected to interview even the secretary of state.”