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Hillary: We didn't lose 'single person' in Libya

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On September 11, 2012, four Americans, including diplomat Christopher Stevens, were killed during terror attacks on the U.S. consulate in Benghazi – but in a curious remark to MSNBC town hall attendees, former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton said “we didn’t lose a single person” in Libya.


She made the statement while commenting on the regime change she pushed for Libya while serving in the State Department.


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“Is Libya perfect? It isn’t,” she said, Breitbart reported. “But they have two elections that were fair where they voted for moderates? Yes they did. Changing from a dictator that has hollowed out your country to something resembling a functioning state and even hopefully more of a democratic one doesn’t happen overnight.”


She then told “Hardball” host Chris Matthews that America saw these improvements in Libya without losing any citizen.


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“You see what’s happening in Syria with the consequence of millions of people flooding out of Syria, with more than 250,000 people killed, with terrorist groups like ISIS taking up a huge swath of territory as big as some of the states in that area,” she said, Breitbart reported. “So yes, Libya was a different kind of calculation and we didn’t lose a single person.”


Stevens was killed, along with Sean Smith, a foreign service information officer, and in a second assault a few hours later, CIA contractors Tyrone Woods and Glen Doherty.


The Obama administration pressed the message the attacks on the consulate weren’t related to terrorism, but rather due to violence that stemmed from a YouTube video that painted Islam in a perceived poor light.


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