Scott Walker Remembers Three Year Anniversary of Benghazi Attack


As most of America focuses on the 14 year anniversary of September 11th, GOP presidential candidate Gov. Scott Walker also remembered the three-year anniversary of the Benghazi attack.

In the early morning Friday, Walker released a statement and posted on Twitter calling on Americans to never forget the lives lost from the terror attack 14-years-ago.

Walker later stated that it is important to also honor the four American lives lost during the attack on the American consulate in Benghazi, Libya:

On this day we honor the memory of Ambassador Christopher Stevens, Sean Smith, Tyrone Woods, and Glen Doherty – four brave Americans whose service we will never forget. We mourn their loss and keep their families in our thoughts and prayers. As we mark the anniversary of yet another deadly, coordinated attack on Americans by radical Islamists, it serves as a painful reminder of what’s at stake in the battle against radical Islamic terrorism and the vital importance of remaining steadfast in this fight. Until we prevail in this struggle, we must always remain vigilant.


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