"Bombshell": Fox's Kimberly Guilfoyle Hypes Debunked Allegation That Clinton Intentionally Misled About Cause Of Benghazi Attacks

"Bombshell": Fox's Kimberly Guilfoyle Hypes Debunked Allegation That Clinton Intentionally Misled About Cause Of Benghazi Attacks

Guilfoyle: "And That Was The Big Bombshell From Hillary Clinton's Testimony On Benghazi Yesterday"

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From the October 23 edition of Fox News' Fox & Friends:

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KIMBERLY GUILFOYLE (HOST): And that was the big bombshell from Hillary Clinton's testimony on Benghazi yesterday. She knew all along it was Al Qaeda and didn't tell us. The congressman who asked that question, Jim Jordan, joins us now. Pleasure to have you on the program this morning. Extensive hearing yesterday, but having watched all of it, gone over it in detail -- that was one of the most powerful moments in terms of the information that was elicited from your question. Tell us your thoughts. 

REP. JIM JORDAN (R-OH): Well, yes. She had two different stories. She told her family one thing, she told the American people something else. She told the Egyptian prime minister, we know that the film had nothing to do with it. It was an attack, not a protest. And I think that's important. She knew the day of the attack that it was a terrorist attack and yet she told the American people something else. And so, that's the part that bothers most folks is, when your government officials aren't being square with you, that's not something we should have to tolerate here in this country. And so we called her on it. And we'll move forward with the investigation. We've got a lot more people to interview and a lot more ground to cover. 

Previously:

Fox News Hypes Debunked Allegation That Clinton Intentionally Misled About Cause Of Benghazi Attacks

Fox's Megyn Kelly Pushes False Claim That Hillary Clinton Intentionally Misled The Public On Benghazi

Conservative Media Unite In Attacks On Clinton During Her Benghazi Hearing Testimony

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