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In its statement Saturday, the White House said that “in the coming days, we will remain in close touch with the government of Algeria to gain a fuller understanding of what took place so that we can work together to prevent tragedies like this in the future.” The words come just months after the al Qaeda flag was raised over our embassy in Cairo and our ambassador was killed in Benghazi.

Ask yourself this: Is there anything here that would lead the hard men who planned and led these murderous assaults to conclude that they had made a dangerous mistake?


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