The events surrounding the terrorist attack in Benghazi that took the life of four Americans has been hotly debated for nearly four years, with numerous people criticizing then-Secretary of State Hillary Clinton, now the presumptive Democrat nominee for president, for not sending extra security as per the request of Ambassador Chris Stevens, who died in the attack.
One of Clinton’s biggest critics has been Patricia Smith, whose son Sean was an information management officer who also died during the Benghazi attack. Following the release of the Republican-led House Select Committee report on Benghazi, Smith stepped up her criticism of Clinton to a new level, insisting she believes the Democrat front-runner should be “in stripes” — slang for a prison uniform.
Patricia Smith, who has openly accused Clinton of lying to her numerous times since the Benghazi attack, talked with Deirdre Bolton Tuesday on Fox Business Network. Smith remained vocal in her criticism of Clinton.
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