Decoding the Romney claim of President Obama’s response on Benghazi attacks in second Presidential Debate


You may have heard about a lot of confusing analysis on Obama-Romney election campaigns and their suggested course of action that they are going to resolve to in order to address these concerns. 22nd October, Monday’s debate (Third in the series) is going to focus on broader issues of Afghanistan and Pakistan, Israel and Iran, “The Changing Middle East and the New Face of Terrorism,” and “The Rise of China and Tomorrow’s World”. Right before the onset of Presidential Debate, I am attempting at decoding the matrix of political jargon minus complexity that makes sense for most of us.

Benghazi Attacks:

President Obama said on the issue while speaking at the second Presidential Debate, “The day after the attack, governor, I stood in the Rose Garden and I told the American people in the world that we are going to find out exactly what happened,” He also said, “That this was an act of terror and I also said that we’re going to hunt down those who committed this crime.”

After hearing the response, Mitt Romney countered the claim saying, “It took the president 14 days before he called the attack in Benghazi an act of terror,”

The real picture behind the incident is that Mitt Romney is lying and that President Obama did termed the assault as act of terror twice in two days after the hoary attack. The implication of being indecisive about the nature of attack on Benghazi Embassy is that officials belonging to Obama Administration, Carney and Rice were under the dilemma of whether or not to call the attack an act of terror, as they were falling short of proofs which could indicate towards the outcome that the attack was a planned one.

Source: CNN

Photos: CNN

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