Romney’s Dan Senor: Biden misled on Libya

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below, from the Romney campaign…


Boston, MA – Romney Campaign Senior Adviser Dan Senor made the following statement on Vice President Biden’s comments on the terrorist attack in Libya:

“Vice President Biden tonight continued the Administration’s pattern of misleading the American people about events in Libya. He wrongly stated that the Administration was not aware of requests for more security from our diplomatic facilities in Libya. But we now know from the sworn testimony of two U.S. security officials who were stationed in Libya that there were repeated requests for more security in the face of rising threats. We need leaders who will be truthful with the American people and who are informed about vital issues of national security. Joe Biden’s comments point to the larger failures of the Administration to be completely transparent about the terrorist attacks in Benghazi and the security situations leading up to the attacks.”

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