WASHINGTON – US Secretary of State Hillary Clinton has taken full responsibility for the lack of security at the Benghazi consulate in Libya where US ambassador Christopher Stevens and 3 other diplomats were killed during a raid on September 11 2012.
NDJ World | Published: Jan 23 2013 North America→World News
65 year old Mrs Clinton said: “I take responsibility!” during a Congressional Foreign Affairs Committee hearing.
An investigate report of the attack pointed the finger at the Department of Foreign Affairs, spearheaded by Mrs Clinton, stating the department had failed to provide adequate security at the consulate in Benghazi.
Mrs Clinton has already announced she’ll be stepping down from her function as Secretary of State but until she does, improving US international security for US diplomats abroad, is top on the agenda.
Hillary Clinton stated she will implement all security recommendation put forth in the report. She denied however that she had said that the Benghazi attack was merely revenge by Islam extremists over a anti-Muslim video.
Mrs Clinton made it clear to those present at the hearing that just one day after the attack she announced it was a terrorist based attack.
Mrs Clinton is taking an hiatus from politics for a while. Stipulations are she’s preparing herself for the 2016 US presidency.
President Barack Obama has nominated John Kerry as the new US Secretary of State.
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