In what has to be the final triumph in his administration’s whitewashing of its mishandling of the Benghazi scandal, President Obama has announced plans to promote the person who cleansed the talking points of their references to terrorism
That person is Victoria Nuland. At the time, she was a State Department spokeswoman. Now she has been nominated to become an assistant secretary of state.
The Daily Caller calls it “a toxic nomination for the president to put forward, particularly as congressional Republicans hammer the administration for failures in readiness and response to the attacks in Benghazi, Libya.”
Nuland is a central character in those criticisms, having expressed “serious concerns” about any mention of terrorism.