What really happened with Benghazi...?
With Lurch as Secretary of State, are things coming loose in the administration?
There had been reported friction between Clinton and hussein for some time. In her responses to the Senate committee investigating Benghazi, she said, without mentioning names, that it was a matter of "foreign policy" not to send in a military force when the embassy was under attack.
Kerry Stresses That It’s ‘President Obama’s Foreign Policy’
Whether on Syria, Egypt or Iran, Secretary of State John Kerry wants Americans to know that President Obama, not he, is in charge of America’s foreign policy.
Kerry told NPR’s Michele Kelemen, “Let me say to you very directly, first of all, this is President Obama’s foreign policy,..."
...Kerry said, “Well, I’m willing to do what the president instructs me to do, and the president calls that shot.”
...he told her, “Well, it’s not me … it’s a matter of the president,..."
...Kerry answered, “That’s not my job to do. That’s the president of the United States’ decision …”
And to a question about “the Kerry approach to foreign policy,” he replied, “Well, first of all, let me emphasize it’s not the Kerry approach to foreign policy, it’s the Obama approach. It’s President Obama’s approach, and his administration."
“My job is to tell him the truth and to tell him what I see and to give him the best advice that I can. And I’m confident that everybody else on his staff works to do exactly that. And the president, in the end, makes the tough calls.”
The remaining question is, with all of hussein's vacations and golf outings, are all these decisions being made by him, or is he really just a mouthpiece for somebody else?