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May 10, 2013

CNN: 'Decision was made to drop reference to terror group from talking points at meeting in White House'

Topics: Benghazi, Political News and commentaries

I'm not sure which is the bigger story here. the fact that the decision to drop all reference to a terror group came from the White House (surely that's gotta be a surprise to only the lowest of the low information voters) ... or the fact that this report comes from CNN, which absolutely adores Obama.

Nevertheless, CNN's Jim Acosta puts out a great report on how the Benghazi talking points came to be and in the report he suggests that it was a meeting at the White House that the decision was made to remove references to Ansar al Sharia.

Much more on the story here: Obama administration e-mails raise new questions on Benghazi:

Related: Report: State officials involved in Benghazi talking points edit

Posted by Hyscience at May 10, 2013 9:28 PM

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