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Topic - Richard V. Allen
The Obama administration's response to the Sept. 11 attack on the U.S. Consulate in Benghazi is increasingly being compared by Republicans with Watergate, the 1972 break-in that eventually toppled President Nixon.
Years ago, when I was a media fellow at the Hoover Institution at Stanford University, I got to sit down with Martin Anderson, one of Ronald Reagan's closest advisers.
"The handling of this Benghazi incident now approaches the status of Watergate redux," said Reagan White House National Security Adviser Richard V. Allen. "The crucial difference is in Watergate, no one died."
“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.