House Intel Chair: 'Confounding' Benghazi Fibber Susan Rice Would Brief Lawmakers on Syria on Anniversary of Attacks
Rep. Mike Rogers (R-MI) said it was "confounding" that the Obama administration would send Susan Rice, the former Ambassador to the United Nations who is now the National Security Adviser, to brief some lawmakers in Congress next week on the case for military action in Syria on the one-year anniversary of the Benghazi attacks.
Rogers said, "the credibility gap here is huge."
The weekend after four Americans were killed in terrorist attacks in Benghazi last year, Rice, who was the Ambassador to the United Nations at the time, went on all of the Sunday shows to perpetuate the false and now disproven claim that the attacks were spontaneous responses to a YouTube video of Muhammed.
Rice will reportedly brief members of the Congressional Black Caucus next week on Syria.