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Topic - Richard V. Allen
Mr. Allen acknowledged being surprised that someone who might become president would suggest outright victory instead of managing the relationship.
“The handling of this Benghazi incident now approaches the status of Watergate redux,” said Reagan White House National Security Adviser Richard V. Allen, echoing the sentiment of 2008 Obama opponent John McCain.