Mitt Romney said during the second presidential debate on Tuesday that President Obama waited two weeks to label last month’s deadly attack on a US consulate in Libya an act of terrorism. Obama rebutted the charge by pointing to his address the day after at the White House, in which he used that very phrase. Trading barbs about their responses to the deaths of four Americans in Benghazi on Sept. 11, both candidates omitted important details about the days that followed.
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