Hillary Clinton begins groundwork for 2016 Presidential candidacy
Hillary Rodham Clinton, a potential candidate for the Democratic Presidential candidate for the 2016 elections, is trying to begin groundwork for her success by digging more on the Benghazi investigation and a few other issues.
She offended Obama administration saying many questions about the 2012 terrorist attack in Benghazi, Libya remain unanswered while it is widely known that the first suspect in the case is now captured by the US authorities.
Hillary Clinton said she is waiting for more information from the President about the attack in which Ambassador Chris Stevens and three other Americans were killed which is now being investigated. She said that the response of Obama administration is not satisfactory and that it has become a key point of criticism for the Republicans.
“We want to know who was behind it, what the motivation of the leaders and the attackers happened to be. There are still some unanswered questions,” said Clinton.
She is planning to make her interviews with CNN and Fox News a part of her new book “Hard Choices” which revolves around her experiences as a secretary of State under the administration of President Obama.
She suggested that the government should help prevent the resurging of the Islamic forces of Iraq to stop attacking Iran. She also said that she advised Obama to arm the rebels in Syria who are fighting Syrian President Bashar Al-Assad.
“We pushed very hard. But as I say in my book, I believe that Harry Truman was right, the buck stops with the president,” Clinton told the CNN.
“It’s very difficult, in retrospect, to say that would have prevented this,” she added.
She appeared at the press event hours after the government formally announced that the first militant suspected for the Benghazi attack has been captured. She also said that the US has an unwavering commitment to hunt down anyone who harm its citizens.