“Is this going to hurt the trust deficit even more, and widen that gap with voters if she continues to basically deny the truth?” Tantaros wondered. “That’s a classic Clinton move, the triangulation, trying to have it both ways. Bill [Clinton] tries to have it other ways in other places.”
“Do you trust Hillary Clinton?” the Fox News host asked Bradshaw.
“Not really,” he grimaced. “Don’t particularly like her, never have. The best thing to do here because she’s selling a book — the only reason she’s on Fox is because she’s promoting books.”
“I always say this, if you tell the truth, you don’t have to worry about covering up some other story,” he continued. “The truth sets you free. Just tell the truth. And now you can hang it — you’ll never forget it, and it becomes your foundation.”
Bradshaw opined that “if she’s going to decide to run for president, she’s going to have to answer for the Benghazi deal.”
In conclusion, the NFL analyst argued that nobody could “buy” that an anti-Muslim video would have triggered attacks in Benghazi.
“Somebody told [then-UN ambassador Susan Rice] to go out there and say that,” Bradshaw said. “Was it the president?”
Watch the video below from Fox News’ Out Numbered , broadcast June 18, 2014.
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