Last week, in response to a Freedom of Information request filed by Judicial Watch, the White House released a memo related to Benghazi that was authored by Ben Rhodes, the deputy national security adviser for strategic communication. The four-page memo, written a few days after the attacks, was designed to prep Susan Rice for her upcoming appearances on several Sunday talk shows. Among other things, it addressed the anti-American protests that had first sprung up in Egypt and then spread throughout the Middle East, including this line as one of the goals of her appearances:
"To underscore that these protests are rooted in an Internet video, and not a broader failure of policy."
Republicans say this is a "smoking gun" of a White House cover-up on Benghazi. But is it? Here are 10 things you should know: Continue>>>