Read more: Susan Rice defends Benghazi interviews - Andrea Drusch - POLITICO.comI don’t have time to think about the false controversy,” Rice said. “In the midst of all of swirl about things like talking points, the administration has been working very, very hard across the globe to review our security of our embassies and our facilities. That’s what we ought to be focused on.”
CBS host Lesley Stahl pressed on whether Rice ever wished she hadn’t taken the interviews.
“If you hadn’t taken those interviews, I’d be calling you madam secretary,” Stahl said.
“You can call me Susan,” Rice shot back, ending questions on the incident for which the former U.N. ambassador has become most known
arrogant hubris, much like Hilary testimony where she throws up her hands and the famous "what does it matter" line.
They were caught lying, and they just can't admit it, so they dissemble - isn't that correct "Susan"