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Krauthammer: Returning State Dept. Officials to Work Part of Benghazi ‘Stonewall’

The administration has conducted the “definition” of a stonewall on Benghazi, Dr. Charles Krauthammer said Tuesday evening.

Appearing on Special Report, Krauthammer argued that nobody at the Department of State had been held accountable for the attack on the U.S. consulate in Benghazi, Libya. Returning four State Department officials to work who had been placed on administrative leave and absolving them of blame was an effort to protect former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton, he said.

“Whatever the intent was, it surely is a Clinton protection operation in effect,” Krauthammer said. 

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