With the news that the Benghazi attacks that killed U.S. Ambassador Chris Stevens and three other Americans could have been prevented, Herman Cain shifts his attention to then Secretary of State Hillary Clinton, whose name has been cleared publicly of wrongdoing.
“She was the Secretary of State! I think that implies a little bit of accountability,” Cain exclaimed.
“But no, they don’t want Hillary’s name associated publicly with this cover-up or lack of responsibility because she just might run for president.”