The former fiance of Ambassador Chris Stephens had some damning words to say about Hillary Clinton and her role in the terror attack on the compound in Benghazi that left four Americans dead.
Actress and model Lydie Denier appeared on Newsmax with Steve Malzberg recently and discussed her relationship with the ambassador, who was killed by radical Islamists on September, 11, 2012.
Here’s the report from Newsmax and the Conservative Tribune:
“Denier told Malzberg that former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton failed at her job and said she should have done a better job securing the compound.
“‘I think she should have done a better job for security. And, not ignoring his requests for security. If he was a friend. as she said, then you don’t let a friend down.’
“She blamed Clinton for the attack because she did not respond to requests for more security at a critical time when it was obviously needed. In fact, soldiers and security contractors at the embassy were told to stand down – a claim the Obama administration still denies.
“When asked if she thought Clinton was receiving a ‘pass’ on her culpability in the matter, Denier said, ‘She’s Hillary Clinton. Clintons are very powerful.'”
Stephens’ former fiance said she had tried in the past to talk to Clinton but was not successful. That’s not surprising as Clinton is the media’s darling.
Various sources have said that Stephens and the three others at Benghazi were killed because they were part of a gunrunning operation designed to arm Syrian rebels through the governments of Qatar, Saudi Arabia and Turkey. Allegedly this operation backfired and these weapons were used against Americans at the U.S. consulate in Benghazi.
How much of an impact will Hillary’s role in the Benghazi attack have on the November presidential election (if she isn’t indicted by then)?
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