October 2nd, 2012
09:29 PM ET

Warnings signs missed prior to Libya attack: GOP calls for answers from Clinton on Libya Security

The Republican head of the House oversight committee Darrell Issa is charging warning signs were missed in the lead-up to the U.S. ambassador's death in Libya.

Briefing U.S. Amb. Stevens on Libya security situation

He's calling for congress to return for a special hearing next week. In the 3 page letter, Issa listed 13 security incidents and threats in Libya over the past 6 months.

Rep. Issa calls on Clinton to answer for Libya

OutFront tonight: Rep. Darrell Issa (R-CA), Chairman of the House Oversight and Government Reform Committee.


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  1. Fed Up With Media Bias and propaganda slingers

    I can't believe you actually asked Issa in a suggestive way about HIM not Being BI-PARTISAN??!, YOU should as yourself that same question.
    My question is to you and the few seemingly struggling medias stations is; "Why hasen't this been Obvious before now?? (Obama), I mean,the issue really is deeper than "Romney vs Obama, or Dems. vs Reps. common how shallow??.
    I mean, just look at everything that has gone on this past 4 years?, the most recent.., the hiding of the inconvient truth about the death of our US ambassador..and 3 other Americans?!" – I mean?..,he is not all that transparant,,, he failed the smell test, for what?.. I am starting to believe personal gain, I might somewhat venture to say borderline sociopathic??! and I voted for him!?.. but what really scares me most is that the media has "loved him so much that they have become enablers to him" by covering up for him ,or not asking the "real hard reporters questions" for the public anymore??. why??
    This has gone on for so long now in regards to Obama , his policies and this admin. I'm afraid that results from this "new day media bias" has, and is, damaging the process ....and the effectiveness, of our democracy as we have known it. "
    You were suppose to defend the American People!?, I quess that has ended since 2007 "Why is That?".

    October 3, 2012 at 2:21 am | Reply

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