Fmr. CIA Chief: I Always Believed Benghazi Was a Terrorist Attack and a Protest Too

'We never saw those two things as mutually exclusive'

Fmr CIA Chief: I Thought Benghazi Was a Terrorist Attack (Washington Free Beacon)

Former CIA Deputy Director Michael Morell said in the aftermath of the attack on the U.S. consulate in Benghazi, Libya he believed that it was a terrorist attack along with a protest.

“So I believed what my analysts said that there was a protest. I also believed it to be a terrorist attack, we never saw those two things to be mutually exclusive. So, I believed both of those at the same time,” Morell said before the House Intelligence Committee Wednesday.

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