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Carney: 'Everyone' Knew About Terrorist Claims 'Instantaneously'

Carney: 'Everyone' Knew About Terrorist Claims 'Instantaneously'

Today, at the White House press gaggle, Jay Carney was asked one – really, just one – question about the emails regarding the terrorist attack in Benghazi. Those emails, to refresh, showed that within two hours of the attacks, the White House had been informed that the action on the ground was a terrorist attack. There was no mention of a YouTube video or a spontaneous demonstration in the emails.

Carney acknowledged today not only that the White House knew, but that it knew “instantaneously”:

The email you’re referring to was an open-source, unclassified email referring to an assertion made on a social media site that everyone in this room had access to and knew about instantaneously.

Instantaneously. Yet the Obama administration claimed for weeks that they were giving Americans the best available information.

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