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Included in the batch of State Department emails released on Friday was a short four-sentence email from 6/10/11 a year before the Benghazi attack which should have warned Secretary of State Clinton that U.S. personnel in Benghazi were in danger.

“There is credible threat info against the hotel that our team is using – and the rest of the Intl community is using, for that matter. DS [Diplomatic Security] going to evacuate our people to alt locations. Info suggested attack in next 24-48 hours. Will keep you posted.”

Now granted this was more than a year before the attack on the Benghazi mission and was supposed to have taken place in a day or two after that 2011 warning.

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But once a “credible threat” is made toward a diplomatic location isn’t it reasonable to expect additional security will be provided at that location?  It has already been established that Ambassador Stevens wanted more security in Benghazi but was refused—a major blunder by a woman who wants to be commander-in-chief.

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