David Ignatius — Fox News has raised questions about the Benghazi attack that deserve clear answers from the Obama Administration.
One of the top foreign policy columnists in the main steam media, David Ignatius, is asking the right question and prompting the Obama Administration to make the right response, as follows: “So what did happen in Benghazi on the night of Sept. 11, when [Tyrone] Woods, Ambassador Christopher Stevens and two others Americans were killed? The best way to establish the facts would be a detailed, unclassified timeline of events; officials say they are preparing one, and that it may be released later this week. That’s a must, even in the volatile final week of the campaign.”
After laying out his own exposition of several key events in Benghazi on 9/11/12, Ignatius said, “The Obama administration needs to level with the country about why it made its decisions."
In what the Washington Post columnist called, " A final, obvious point...", David Ignatius concluded that, "The “fog of battle” that night [9/11/12] was dense not just in Benghazi but in Cairo, Tunis and elsewhere. U.S. officials needed better intelligence. That’s the toughest problem to address, but the most important.”