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FNC's Rosen: Why Couldn't US Forces Pose as Reporter to Catch Benghazi Suspect?

FNC's Rosen: Why Couldn't US Forces Pose as Reporter to Catch Benghazi Suspect?

Tuesday at the State Department daily briefing, Fox News correspondent James Rosen questioned spokeswoman Jen Psaki over the “egregious delay” in capturing Benghazi suspect Ahmed Abu Khattala.

Pointing to several interviews Khattala gave to members of the press Rosen asked why the U.S. special forces could not pose as reporters to apprehend the suspected mastermind sooner?

Psaki responded that the White House used “every step possible,” but was hindered by a “range of factors.” Rosen pushed back and said, “You’re still not answering the central question, Jen, You’re not answering the question of why a reporter was able to get within six inches of this guy, and U.S. special forces weren’t for more than two years.”

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