National Security Advisor Susan Rice’s continued narrative about what the Obama administration knew of the Benghazi attack may turn around to bite her in the posterior, according to U.S. Rep. Trey Gowdy, R-S.C.
There’s “not a scintilla of evidence” to support the notion that the best evidence the White House had on the Sunday following the attack was the it was the result of a “spontaneous demonstration,” he told Fox News host Greta Van Susteren. That was the story presented by Rice, who was then-Ambassador to the U.N. when she appeared on five Sunday talk shows.
“She was fabulously wrong when she said it the first time,” he said. “And stunningly arrogant in her refusal to express any regret for lying to our fellow citizens.”