McCain on Obama and Libya: either not telling “the truth” or “grossly incompetent”

SHARE McCain on Obama and Libya: either not telling “the truth” or “grossly incompetent”
SHARE McCain on Obama and Libya: either not telling “the truth” or “grossly incompetent”

(video by Lynn Sweet)

BOCA RATON, Fl.–Sen. John McCan (R-Az.) predicted that President Barack Obama’s toughest challenge in his debate Monday night will be over Libya–where Mitt Romney has challenged Obama on the administrations’ shifting story about the Sept. 11 attacks that killed four Americans, including the U.S. ambassador to Libya.

McCain, in the media file/spin room before the debate told me when it comes to Obama and Libya, “he is either not telling the American people the truth or he is grossly incompetent. I think it is going to be hard to defend.”

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