On Friday, the White House attempted to clarify Vice President Joe Biden’s contention during Thursday night’s vice presidential debate that “We did not know they wanted more security.” The White House’s shifting explanations about the deadly siege on the US consulate in Libya remains a robust line of attack by the Republican presidential ticket and will likely remain a contentious issue when President Obama and former Massachusetts Governor Mitt Romney tangle over foreign policy in next week’s second presidential debate.
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