John McCain Questions Whether Harry Reid Cares About Ambassador Stevens’ Death
Senator John McCain sowed doubt about whether Senate Majority Leader Reid cares about the death of Ambassador Christopher Stevens and the other Americans killed in Libya.
McCain told CNN’s Candy Crowley on Sunday that the Obama administration had taken it’s time to acknowledge the attack in Libya — which resulted in the death of Stevens and three American staffers — was terrorism because of “willful ignorance or abysmal lack of knowledge of the facts.”
Crowley pointed out that Reid had recently asserted that it was “sad and disappointing” that some Republicans were using the attack to “score cheap political points” by calling for the resignation of U.S. Ambassador to the United Nations Susan Rice.
“Maybe Sen. Reid doesn’t care about Christopher Stevens,” McCain charged. “Maybe he doesn’t care about those three other brave Americans. We do.”
“You know he does though, right?” Crowley asked.
“No,” McCain insisted.