Can a crime scene that hasn't been secured 16 days after the incident still prove to be valuable to an investigation? That's a question many are asking about the U.S. Consulate in Libya. Tonight Anderson will get Sen. John McCain's response, as well as his perspective on the handling of intelligence before and after the attack.
McCain is outraged that the Obama administration at first pointed to an anti-Islamic video as the impetus for the violence. "They were either incredibly naive or willfully deceiving the American people," he said.
McCain believes "they owe the American people an explanation" for calling the events on September 11 anything other than an act of terrorism. The senator emphasizes the video didn’t spark the attack, and it wasn't a "spontaneous demonstration."
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