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By Orrin G. Hatch
Procedural changes impede the chamber's traditional deliberative function
Topic - Mike Hayden
Former CIA Director Mike Hayden says the attack on Benghazi was "predictable" and he can't comprehend why the Obama administration did not have a better security posture at the time terrorists struck the U.S. consulate and killed Ambassador Chris Stevens.
"I wouldn't say he was scared, but he was uncomfortable with it at first," Hayden said. "Michael didn't lack self-confidence he just lacked a confidence when it came to interviews."
Prior to the team's preseason media day, Kidd-Gilchrist approached Hayden and said he ready to participate in the event.