Watch Former CIA Director Michael Hayden Dismantle Fox's Talking Point About Hillary Clinton's Comments On Intervention In Libya

Michael Hayden: “This Is Complicated Stuff. You Can't Answer It With Just Simple Sound Bites”

From the March 17 edition of Fox News' Fox & Friends:

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AINSLEY EARHARDT (CO-HOST): Well, what about Hillary saying that no one died in Libya? I mean, you have to have your facts right.


STEVE DOOCY (CO-HOST): What do you think she's talking about there?

MICHAEL HAYDEN: Yeah, she's talking about the first effort, the main effort of the armed forces overthrowing Gaddafi. I could sense -- immediately after she said that, she wanted a do-over for not recognizing that we did lose people. Look, we've had three interventions or non-interventions. Iraq, which was all in. Libya, which was in and out. And Syria, we're not going there at all, and they all turned out bad. Back to the broad point, this is complicated stuff. You can't answer it with just simple sound bites.


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