James Rosen asks a valid question as Jen Psaki proves once again that she’s the new Jay Carney.
Now that Ahmed abu Khattalah has finally been captured, it’s perfectly legitimate to question the timing and the method of his capture.
If Khattalah could be found for an interview with the New York Times in 2012, why did it take so long for us to capture him?
The Washington Free Beacon reported:
Fox News correspondent James Rosen badgered State Department spokeswoman Jen Psaki Tuesday afternoon regarding the overdue capture of Ahmed abu Khattalah, a key suspect in the 2012 Benghazi attacks.
Psaki had previously told AP reporter Matt Lee that it should not come as a surprise that a suspected terrorist would be more likely to show up for an interview than he or she would for a scheduled meeting with the U.S. special forces. “The question being put to you, it seems to me, is why U.S. special forces couldn’t have an unscheduled meeting with this individual in a period of time less than, as you put it, just a few years?” Rosen asked.
The State Department spokeswoman dodged the question, telling Rosen that there are a myriad of reasons why individuals, including terrorists, meet with reporters.
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