Terry Bradshaw Benghazi Talk on Fox News; Bradshaw, an Expert on Benghazi Attack?

The points taken from the infamous Terry Bradshaw Benghazi talk on Fox News seemed to have caused a stir…NOT. The show seemed to have quite a fixation with the Benghazi terrorist attack. It has been getting different people, who believe that they know and understand the attack best, to talk on the show. Its latest installation to the Benghazi bandwagon is NFL former quarterback and football analyst, Terry Bradshaw.

Andrea Tantaros from “Out Numbered” started the segment by rehashing the highlights of their interview with former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton. During this interview, Bret Baier asked Clinton a series of questions, which, in turn, served as the focus of Tantaros’ interview with Bradshaw.

Tantaros said, “Is this going to hurt the trust deficit even more, and widen that gap with voters if she continues to basically deny the truth? That’s a classic Clinton move, the triangulation, trying to have it both ways. Bill [Clinton] tries to have it other ways in other place.” After her piece, she asked Bradshaw, Do you trust Hillary Clinton?”

Bradshaw was quick to answer and even gave a grimace as he provided his answer. He said, “Not really. Don’t particularly like her. Never have. The best thing to do here because she’s selling a book – the only reason she’s on Fox is because she’s promoting books.”

Bradshaw continued, “I always say this, if you tell the truth, you don’t have to worry about covering up some other story. The truth sets you free. Just tell the truth. And now, you can hang it – you’ll never forget it, and it becomes your foundation.” He further added, “If she’s going to decide to run for president, she’s going to have to answer for the Benghazi deal.”

Bradshaw is confident that no one truly believes that an anti-Muslim video can be the triggering factor for the attacks that happened in Benghazi.

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