After examining the series of events that transpired in Libya, former Secretary of Defense Donald Rumsfeld told Larry Kudlow he thinks the White House has yet to come clean.
Although Rumsfeld was reluctant to come out and say anything terribly scathing, when Larry Kudlow asked Rumsfeld point blank 'do you believe it was a cover-up?' Rumsfeld candidly replied 'I do.'
Rumsfeld has joined a growing chorus of skeptics who believe that the White House purposely downplayed the terror attack at the consulate, in an attempt to cover-up an al-Qaeda comeback. Read More: White House Benghazi Blunder Grows Even Worse
Instead, for weeks, the administration said that the violence was due to an angry protest that spiraled out of control.
"I expect the investigations underway will show the world precisely what happened," added Rumsfeld on The Kudlow Report.
And what they show may be disturbing. It's possible the lives could have been saved.
So says, Bing West, former Assistant Secretary of Defense for International Security Affairs during the Reagan Administration.
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