Rand Paul declares Hillary Clinton guilty of ‘dereliction of duty’

In an appearance on the “Kuhner Report” on Thursday, U.S. Sen. Rand Paul (R) was asked if it is time to get to the bottom of what happened in Benghazi.

The senator from Kentucky responded by saying, in part, that former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton is guilty of “dereliction of duty” and should not have “that kind of authority again.”

A transcript of Sen. Paul’s comments:

 We’ve been asking for months to interview those who were there. How can we try to prevent something like this from happening again if we don’t exactly know what happened and what went wrong there.

The one thing that we do know for certain is that Hillary Clinton when she was asked, ‘did you read the cables asking for more security there,’ and when she said no that really alarmed me.

The person in charge of the State Department never read any of the cries for help, any of the pleas for help.

And then her department denied these requests for enhanced security, and that I think is really a dereliction of duty and should preclude her from holding any kind of position where she’d be in that kind of authority again.

Of course, as Hillary Clinton has already made clear, “what difference does it make.”


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