August 7th, 2013
05:03 PM ET

Paying the political price for Benghazi

Who will pay the political price for the consulate attack in Benghazi?

CNN's John King has the story.

soundoff (3 Responses)
  1. steve mccormick

    If the children of Obama and Clinton would of been in the Benghazi embassy and are leaders reacted the same way,offering no attempt to help for our American hero's,I say "get over it"......What do you think?

    February 22, 2014 at 12:22 pm | Reply
  2. Tom

    That's too bad for Hillary, as the guy at the top had to know all about it, and did all the wrong things to let it perpetuate to where it is today. Somebody has to pay the price, and there are countless fingerprints and DNA in this crime scene. It's worse than Watergate, and look how that turned out. Of course she already accepted responsibility, but that was insincere, and unsuccessfully tried to take the hit, and hoped it would be soft. It was for awhile, except on Fox, basically the only news media covering it without making it a coverup. In reality it may have cost Romney the election, impeachment charges should have been brought, and Obama should have been forced to resign. We probably would have been worse off with Biden, but that's why our President should be held accountable.

    August 8, 2013 at 2:07 am | Reply
  3. gtheresab

    Dear Ms. Burnett,

    Bravo and Cheers! 🙂 Congratulations, well-wishes, and blessings to you on your excellent work with the presentation of last night's (Tuesday, August 6th) CNN's "The Truth about Benghazi: An Erin Burnett Outfront Special Investigation”! This story has been long overdue in releasing to the many viewers who wish to know more of this tragedy. It could not have been told any better but by yourself, Erin: you define the word journalism. The manner in which you spoke with the Benghazi victims' families was so very caring, kindhearted, and thoughtful–CNN is so very lucky, fortunate, and blessed to have you, Erin, on their winning team!!
    All the best to you and your family . . . take care, and God bless.
    We wish you and your family a very nice, blessed, and Happy Evening, Erin; we love you-all! 🙂
    With Our Love and Prayers,
    Kathryn, Gretchen, Lloyd, and Jon Brinker
    Metairie/New Orleans, Louisiana

    August 7, 2013 at 8:32 pm | Reply

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