She had no problem pointing fingers at George W. Bush after 9/11.
White House press secretary Ari Fleischer accused Sen. Hillary Clinton Friday of working to divide Americans along party lines.
The former first lady responded by saying she is simply “seeking answers and information” about recent revelations that President Bush was alerted prior to September 11 of possible terrorist attacks.
The row between the White House and the Democrat from New York began Thursday when Clinton appeared on the Senate floor and held up a copy of the New York Post with the headline of “Bush Knew.”
Fast forward to today when it’s been revealed she lied to Congress about the Benghazi attack.
House Republicans have concluded that the Pentagon and U.S. intelligence agencies bear no blame for failing to halt the terrorist assault on the U.S. Consulate in Benghazi, Libya, last year, releasing a report Tuesday that said President Obama and the State Department set up the military for failure.
The report also found that plenty of intelligence presaged the attack, but the White House and State Department — including the secretary at the time, Hillary Rodham Clinton — failed to heed the warnings.