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October 1st, 2012
09:15 PM ET

White House leaves out key information on Libya consulate attack

CNN has learned tonight that the White House chose to leave out key intelligence from the attack on Americans in Libya. Erin Burnett talks to Foreign Affairs Reporter Elise Labott, who has been OutFront on the story.

Rep. Rogers: They were huge mistakes made

OutFront tonight: Rep. Mike Rogers (R) Chairman of House Intelligence Committee.

What Obama administration has said about Libya attack

Comments by U.S. officials regarding the September 11 attack that killed four Americans in Benghazi, Libya, have provoked controversy among some critics.

Some Republicans have accused the administration of being less than forthcoming about the causes of the incident, saying the administration has focused on "The Innocence of Muslims," the inflammatory online video mocking the Muslim Prophet Mohamed as the explanation for the attack.

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