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WATCH: When Hillary Clinton Accused Patricia Smith of Lying

Patricia Smith, the mother of Benghazi victim Sean Smith, has repeatedly accused Hillary Clinton of lying to her about what happened that night. This year at the Republican Convention, Smith’s powerful appearance on stage blaming Clinton for her son’s death was chilling. She says Clinton told her what happened in Benghazi was a response to a video — not a terrorist attack. Since then, we all know Clinton was well aware Benghazi was in fact the latter, as she wrote in an e-mail to her daughter the very night of the attacks. 

And guess what? Smith isn’t the only one who says she was lied to. Victim Tyrone Woods’ father, Charles Woods, has said the same thing, as did the sister of Glen Doherty, Kate Quigley. Nevertheless, Clinton accused them all of lying about what happened and will no doubt forever more refuse to take responsibility for what happened the night four brave Americans were unnecessarily killed. 

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