[Ed. – Chris Stevens could not be reached for comment.]
On Wednesday President Trump came under heavy fire after White House Press Secretary Sarah Sanders confirmed the administration was considering allowing Russian agents to interrogate former U.S. Ambassador to Russia Michael McFaul and other Americans.
Twice failed Democrat presidential candidate and former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton … chimed in.
— ABC News (@ABC) July 19, 2018
While the criticism overall was certainly warranted, Clinton should sit this one out.
On September 11, 2012 U.S. Ambassador Christopher Stevens, in addition to three other Americans, were murdered by terrorists in Benghazi, Libya. They were attacked after months of dire warnings from Stevens that the consulate needed more security. Further, President Obama and Clinton were missing in action during the attack and Americans on the ground waited 20-hours for help to arrive.