‘Dang if I Know’: Susan Rice Says There’s Nothing More to Uncover on Benghazi
WOODRUFF: "Since you brought up Benghazi --"
RICE: "You are too smart for that. Come on."
WOODRUFF: "The Republicans have created a special committee in the House of Representatives to look at what happened before ensuring the attack on the consulate when the ambassador and three others were killed. Is there -- what more is there that the administration has done or said that we're not aware of?"
RICE: "Dang if I know. I mean, honestly. We -- the administration has produced, I think, 25,000 pages of documents or 25,000 individual documents. They have supported, participated in, contributed to the investigation of seven, I think, different committees. We have had an accountability review board by a very distinguished group of outsiders. House and Senate committees have pronounced this repeatedly. So it is hard to imagine what further will come of yet another committee. What I think about and focus on is the national security adviser is what can we do and must do to increase security of our embassies around the world."