Hillary ‘Benghazi’ Clinton Has Gall to Accuse Trump White House of Not Defending Ambassador

“What difference at this point does it make?” – Hillary Clinton

On Thursday, twice-failed presidential hopeful Hillary ‘Benghazi’ Clinton had the nerve to accuse the Trump White House of not defending Obama’s Ambassador to Russia, Michael McFaul.

On Wednesday, the White House confirmed Vladimir Putin asked President Trump in the private meeting if Russia could interview Obama’s Ambassador, Michael McFaul over alleged financial crimes involving Bill Browder.

The Democrats lost their collective minds over Putin’s request.

Hillary Clinton’s hypocrisy is astounding.

Clinton’s State Department failed to protect Christopher Stevens, an Ambassador to Libya and Sean Smith, a diplomat and information management officer in Benghazi, Libya, resulting in their deaths.


We also lost two retired Navy SEALs, Tyrone Woods and Glen Doherty on the night of September 11,2012 because of Hillary Clinton’s refusal to send help.

Hillary Clinton tweeted: Ambassador @McFaul is a patriot who has spent his career standing up for America. To see the White House even hesitate to defend a diplomat is deeply troubling.

Liar, Susan ‘Benghazi’ Rice also chimed in:

Hillary Clinton’s State Department gave stand down orders to Special Ops forces ready to go in and help Americans who were surrounded by hundreds of Islamic insurgents in Benghazi, Libya in September of 2012.

The Obama administration then lied about the Benghazi attack by blaming it on a YouTube video.

The movie ’13 Hours’ gives personal accounts from eyewitnesses who were in Benghazi when Islamic terrorists attacked the US State Department Special Mission Compound.

We lost FOUR Americans that night. Ret. Navy SEAL,Tyrone Woods, Diplomat, Sean Smith, Ambassador Christopher Stevens and Ret. Navy SEAL, Glen Doherty. Never forget.

How did Hillary Clinton respond to four Americans, including Diplomats killed on her watch? She asked, “what difference at this point does it make?!” during a hearing about the Benghazi attacks:

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