From the March 15 edition of Fox News' Outnumbered:
HARRIS FAULKNER (CO-HOST): Didn't lose a single person. It's a statement for her. It's a question for me. As you saw Hillary Clinton made no mention of the terror attack on our consulate in Libya that killed four Americans, including U.S. Ambassador Christopher Stevens. Meanwhile, the committee investigating Benghazi is planning to release a final report before the summer that could have big implications for Clinton's White House bid. First of all, in no disrespect to Mrs. Clinton, but is she exhausted or did she just forget? What is up with that?
ANDREA TANTAROS (CO-HOST): They seem to have Benghazi fatigue. So if you are running against Hillary Clinton, I think the argument you need to make is that it was her leadership as she explains it in her book, Hard Choices, that decided to push for ousting of Muammar Gaddafi which created this giant vacuum for ISIS to metastasize and that's what we're seeing now. That's also led to the administration having to do some damage control around the storyline which they said was JV group that no one needed to worry about. So what we see now, Harris, is an administration that is actively, according to intelligence experts, scrubbing intel reports.
TANTAROS: Pressuring intelligence officers to write a different storyline as to what's happening. And that is all because of the failed leadership. If Hillary doesn't want to talk about Benghazi? Fine. But you have to talk about the broader picture of the war on terror she exacerbated by poor leadership.
FAULKNER: One second. I want to ask you about the scrubbing. And I know President Obama has said he's going to have that looked into to see how those reports were changed if they were in any way.
BRET BAIER: It's a big deal. Its an investigation the House Intelligence Committee has been doing. An investigation the inspector general has been doing. And there is evidence from 60 plus intelligence experts that say that their stuff was changed, to make it more rosey. That is not a good thing. Imagine, just take the prism to a Republican administration, if this had happened and how much attention it would be getting.
FAULKNER: It boggles the mind as to why it is not getting more attention. Meghan?
MEGHAN MCCAIN: I was just going to say, you know, only around 36 percent of the American public trusts Hillary Clinton. And I think when you hear her say something like nobody died in Benghazi, nobody died in Libya, we've all seen the videos of Sean Smith's mother now on camera over and over again absolutely heartbroken. There is sensitivity chip missing with her. Its why I feel like I can't trust her. Why don't you have compassion for this mother who is clearly still struggling and wants answers? Have you forgotten, because it was just brought up in the recent debate? I think this is her basic problem. And if you're a family member, or you just have a friend in the military obviously why are we going to trust our military with a woman who can't even have compassion for men that died, I will say this, at her hands?