Susan Rice: ‘Dang If I Know’ Whether There Are More Benghazi Secrets To Uncover
Former U.N. ambassador Susan Rice, who served as the Obama administration’s mouthpiece after the Benghazi attacks in September 2012, suggested Wednesday that there’s nothing left to learn about the White House’s response to the attacks — telling a reporter “dang if I know” whether the Republican investigation will unearth more evidence of a coverup.
Rice, now the president’s national security advisor, appeared Wednesday morning at the Women’s Foreign Policy Group in Washington DC. Rice had earlier made a joke alluding to the harm the Benghazi scandal caused to her career, prompting PBS journalist Judy Woodruff to ask about Republicans’ new allegations.
“You’re too smart for that!” Rice laughed. “Come on!”
But Woodruff pressed on, asking her what the American people can expect to be revealed as part of the House select committee on Benghazi. “What more is there that the administration has done or said that we’re not aware of?” she asked.
“Dang if I know,” Rice boldly declared. “I mean, honestly. We — the administration has produced, I think, 25,000 pages of documents or 25,000 individual documents. They have supported, participated in, contributed to the investigation of seven, I think, different committees.”
“We have had an accountability review board by a very distinguished group of outsiders,” she continued. “House and Senate committees have pronounced on this repeatedly. So it is hard to imagine what further will come of yet another committee.”
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