Congratulations to U.S. Rep. Trey Gowdy and other Republicans on the House Benghazi committee. Their efforts allowed the American people to know the truth about the terrorist attack that cost the lives of four honorable men.
It is clear beyond a doubt that the president of the United States, his secretary of State and his U.N. representative lied to the nation and, perhaps as evil, to the families of those killed in the attack. It seems that the fear of acknowledging a terrorist attack during a presidential election campaign triggered the dishonorable behavior. An apology is in order to the nation and, particularly, to the victims’ relatives.
Felipe Fernandez, Miami