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Issa presses Obama about his role in lax Benghazi security

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President Obama’s National Security Council may have shaped the policy decision that led to decreased security at the U.S. consulate Benghazi, where the U.S. Ambassador to Libya was murdered last month, according to House investigators. State Department officials rejected requests for extra security because they were trying to “effectuate a policy of ‘normalization’ in Libya,” investigators...

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