May 4th, 2014
12:11 PM ET

Carl Bernstein: Benghazi “is not Watergate”

Brian Stelter continues the conversation about Benghazi (and Hillary Clinton) with Carl Bernstein. (Here's the first part of the Benghazi segment if you missed it.)

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  1. Allen Cohen

    All of the conservatives (Tea Party) so desperately want Benghazi to be Watergate. Mr. Bernstein has said what he believes. It was a terrible tragedies. That should never had happened. Mr. Schuckman what though in the Tea Party are doing is despicable using this tragedy to raise campaign funds is Blood Money. Where we need to hold an investigation was who else was involved in the the use of false inelegance (WMD) that was used to get us into the Iraq war.

    May 11, 2014 at 7:04 pm | Reply
  2. Thomas McCabe

    Dear ABC,

    The Obama administration is withholding the full contents of a "media strategy" discussion over a Fox News report on Benghazi, claiming Executive Privilege and that releasing them would have a chilling effect on their "frank

    The American People would like to know which of obama's JournOlists within CNN were conspiring with the administration to LIE to the American People about Benghazi.

    Obama and his cronies LIED to American Voters about the video, They LIED to the Families of our fallen American Heroes, They LIED to Congress and They LIED to the UN. When are you going to tell the truth about this outrage?

    Obama's JournOLists are the UNCronkites of Our Generation

    May 7, 2014 at 9:52 am | Reply
  3. Stanley Schuckman

    I am very surprised and disappointed in Mr.Bernstein. The mere possibility of the president or someone in the White House failing to order the necessary help to save four Americans who are serving 300,000,000 Americans, for the sole purpose of the president being re-elected is a much bigger deal than Watergate, because with Watergate the objective was the same without risking the lives of four patriots, which is surely what any American is that serves his or her country.

    To me, Mr. Bernstein knew full well he was abandoning his own heart because he is a CNN paid contributor, and frankly, at the heart of America's problems is exactly what I saw Mr. Bernstein do today on CNN , Mr Bernstein served his best interest, instead of the best interest of the public, in other words, the best interest of the future of America, I am sorry to say, especially because it was Carl Bernstein.

    Stanley Schuckman
    Muttontown , NY

    May 4, 2014 at 2:07 pm | Reply

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