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Benghazi-Gate: Obama Refuses To Answer Direct Question Regarding Denying Embassy Support

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Published on Oct 26, 2012

Barack Hussein Obama reportedly refused to provide a direct answer to repeated questions on whether requests for help in Benghazi were denied as the attack was underway during an interview with 9News in Denver on Friday.

Kyle Clark, a reporter with 9News, asked the president about the requests for help and whether or not it was fair to make Americans wait for answers on Benghazi until after the election.

"The election has nothing to do with four brave Americans getting killed and us wanting to find out exactly what happened," Obama said. "Nobody wants to find out more what happened than I do."

The president went on to say he wants to "gather all the facts" and find out "exactly what happened" and bring justice to the terrorists who attacked the U.S. mission in Libya.

"President Obama was directly asked twice whether pleas for help on the ground in Libya were denied during the attack. Both times, he repeated his standard call for a thorough investigation," 9News reports.

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