Susan Rice Has ‘No Regrets’ About Appearing on NBC

Susan Rice MtPWhat kind of a question is “do you have any regrets?” A cop-out–that’s what. And it’s the question put by NBC’s David Gregory to National Security Advisor Susan Rice on Meet the Press on Sunday, rather than “you weren’t telling us the truth, were you?” Rice told Gregory she was acting on the “the best information that we had at the time.” But we know that is a lie, because the military knew immediately that Benghazi was a terrorist attack.

Gregory does not bother to put the facts to Rice, and show how they contradict her story. Instead, he makes the question a personal one, and follows up by asking if the scandal cost her a shot at Secretary of State. Of course it did–and we don’t need Rice to confirm that. All such questions do is give the interviewee the opportunity to look heroic, sacrificing career advancement for a greater cause. And of course, Rice is more powerful than ever. Read more at:

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