Published On: Wed, Sep 26th, 2012

Robert Gibbs banters with Chris Wallace over Libya VIDEO

Obama senior campaign adviser, Robert Gibbs, sat down with Chris Wallace on Fox News Sunday. Wallace interviewed the United States ambassador to the United Nations, Susan Rice, just last week. She said in the interview that according to the best information they had, the attack on the US Consulate in Benghazi, Libya was not pre-planned.

Since then, there has been more evidence proving that this was a planned attack with ties to Al Qaeda. Wallace pointedly asked Gibbs why the ambassador gave the American people bad information. (Read the Jay Carney statement here)

Gibbs defended, “As we have learned more and as this investigation continues, I anticipate we will continue to learn more facts about the awful assassination, murder of our great ambassador in Libya. You saw the White House say this was a terror attack.”

Wallace asked Gibbs about the numerous contradictions to official White House accounts that the attacks in Libya were the result of spontaneous protests arising from an anti-Islamic trailer on YouTube.



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