Brandon Webb appeared on Newsmax.com on Wednesday. Here’s the intro to that article, and the video of his interview.
The State Department was at fault for failing to have a clear emergency response plan in the hours following the Benghazi attack, which might have otherwise saved the lives of U.S. Ambassador Chris Stevens and three other Americans who died in the incident on Sept. 11, 2012.
That is the conclusion of Brandon Webb, a former Navy SEAL after reviewing Fox News’ claims that a special ops team wasn’t called in to help even though it was stationed less than six hours away.
“I don’t disagree with anything that that anonymous special operations operator said on Fox News. The issue is all along that the State Department is at fault,” said Webb, co-author of “Benghazi: the Definitive Report.”
Continue reading the interview with Brandon Webb about the State Department at fault over Benghazi response on Newsmax.com.
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