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Kaylanna F. @crazyliberty

I don’t feel that it is irrelevant because he is the Commander-in-Chief. Responsibility falls on his shoulders and his alone..

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linda @lulubelle

This is a 2 fold question… where was he, and who visited the WH the day or 2 leading up to the attack. I think a whole lot of questions can be answered by finding out those 2 pieces of information.

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Terry Jung @classikjane

Very relevant. He’s our nation’s leader and should be in the forefront of disasters as well as successes; he needs to truthfully answer ALL questions, not just take credit for the successes. He must answer this question, among others.

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Jackie Wellfonder @jlwellfonder

Incredibly relevant. As mentioned above, he’s our Commander-in-Chief! Who could possibly sleep through this? The answer obviously isn’t good, or we would have gotten one by now.

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Gary @grand-vizier

Remember the campaign them in 2008? Who do you want to answer that 3AM emergency phone call?
Well at least SOMEBODY!
Obamas whole deal is “I don’t know” ” I wasn’t there” since even he could’t figure how this could be Bush’s fault.

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James L. Riggs @jlriggs57aol-com

Wherever he was, whatever he was doing, was not as important as what was going on with our troops anywhere in the world. Is it relevant where he was at? No. What is relevant is why he felt he did not need to be continuously involved, why he felt that taking no action at all to try to save our soldiers was the best course to take, and why he would blatantly lie and say he didn’t know anything about it. What we have is a cold, uncaring, unfeeling, self serving, emotionless tyrant. May we survive to see him gone.

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Two Cents @twocents

Definitely relevant. He is the commander in chief. Ambassadors are appointees of the President. I bet the President was involved and his administration is just protecting him. I want to find out exactly what happened that night, as well as what was going on in that office in the months before. Some speculate that weapons were being smuggled through that office. Who knows…

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Julia Wotten @juliaw

It is completely irrelevant! Obama has nothing to do with Benghazi. Obama cannot control every aspect of our government, he cannot do everything. He has certain responsibilities, and department heads take care of other aspects of our government. To expect Obama to do everything is unreasonable.

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