Rep. Peter King: The New York Times Report on Benghazi Is 'Entirely Misleading'

'So far, too many people, including The New York Times, which almost always gets it wrong anyway, they certainly have not learned the lesson of Benghazi'

HEMMER: "Well it appears that this is far from settled. Why do you think that is?”
KING: “It's because, I think, partly except for FOX, the media has not really pushed this issue. Obviously the Democrats have gone into a defensive mode. Even -- I gave Adam Schiff on the Intelligence Committee credit yesterday for saying that al Qaeda was involved, but it's complicated, but al Qaeda was involved. Also I think that unfortunately not enough Republicans are raising this issue. They’re afraid of being accused of being political. The fact is we have an obligation to raise this issue in the national interest. When Hillary Clinton says what difference does it make, well the difference is if we don't undo this mistake now, we don't correct it for the future, then we're going to have many more Americans killed if we don't learn the lessons of Benghazi. And so far, too many people, including the New York Times, which almost always gets its wrong anyway, well they certainly have not learned the lesson of Benghazi.”
 

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