Obama Cites 'Sloppiness' On Benghazi -- USA Today
President Obama says problems behind the Sept. 11 attack on a U.S. consulate in Benghazi, Libya, resulted from mistakes, not wrongdoing.
"There was just some sloppiness — not intentional — in terms of how we secure embassies in areas where you essentially don't have governments that have a lot of capacity to protect those embassies," Obama said on NBC's Meet The Press.
Obama also said that investigators "have some very good leads" on who carried out the attack that killed U.S. ambassador Christopher Stevens and three other Americans.
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More News On President Obama's Comments On the Benghazi Consulate Attack
Obama on Benghazi: 'This was a huge problem' -- NBC
Benghazi security a 'huge problem': Obama -- The Australian
Obama: U.S. has good leads on who carried out Benghazi attacks -- Reuters
Obama: We've got 'very good leads' on Benghazi -- Politico
Obama says US has good leads on Benghazi attackers -- ITV
Obama Blames Benghazi Attack on 'Sloppiness,' Says Investigation Turned Up 'Some Very Good Leads' -- Weekly Standard
Obama admits 'security problem' at Benghazi mission -- AFP
My Comment: I do not know what he means when he stated that some US State Department employees have been held accountable for this "sloppiness" .... especially in view of this.