THE WHITE HOUSE AND STATE DEPARTMENT ARE FIGHTING TO KEEP SECRET THE SUBSTANCE OF A HILLARY CLINTON-BARACK OBAMA PHONE CALL >>>> THAT CALL TOOK PLACE WHILE THE BENGHAZI ATTACKS WERE HAPPENING >>>> AND BEFORE TWO OF THE AMERICANS HAD BEEN KILLED IN THE SECOND WAVE OF BENGHAZI ATTACKS
SECRETARY OF STATE HILLARY CLINTON IDENTIFIED AS PROBABLE SOURCE OF THE “INTERNET VIDEO” COVER STORY — ON THE NIGHT OF 9/11/12, THE WHITE HOUSE DECIDED “WE SHOULD LET [THE] STATE DEPARTMENT STATEMENT [ABOUT THE ANTI-ISLAMIC VIDEO] BE OUR COMMENT FOR THE NIGHT...”
"It is little wonder that Mrs. Clinton and the entire Obama administration have fought so hard to keep these documents from the American people -- they shine a spotlight on the administration's incompetence and indifference. All evidence now points to Hillary Clinton, with the approval of the White House, as being the source the Internet video lie." – Judicial Watch President Tom Fitton
According to a report by Catherine Herridge of Fox News, “New documents released by a federal court show President Obama called then-Secretary of State Hillary Clinton on the night of the 2012 Benghazi attack -- but the contents are being withheld by the State Department.... It had previously been disclosed that Clinton and Obama spoke the night of the terror attacks. But the documents offer additional information about the timing of the call -- after the initial attack on the U.S. consulate, but before the second wave where mortars hit the nearby CIA annex and killed former Navy SEALs Ty Woods and Glen Doherty.... The contents of the call, however, are being withheld, not because the information is classified but because the administration claims they represent internal deliberations about the 2012 terror assault....” (See “Benghazi night call between Clinton and Obama withheld, documents show” by Catherine Herridge 6/29/15, Fox News [http://www.foxnews.com/politics/2015/06/29/benghazi-night-call-between-clinton-and-obama-withheld-documents-show/]).
The Fox report went on to say that the contents of the Obama-Clinton phonecall were only shared with Obama's and Clinton's closest aides; and that Deputy National Security Adviser Ben Rhodes sent an email about the Obama-Clinton phone call to State Department officials Jake Sullivan and Philippe Reines, and National Security Council spokeswoman Bernadette Meehan.