During his speech at the South Carolina Freedom Summit on Saturday, former U.S. Ambassador to the United Nations John Bolton said that Hillary Clinton went home during Benghazi and should be disqualified from running for President.
"Not only was nothing done, the response of the administration was to go home. The president left the Oval office in the situation room to go to the residence. Hillary Clinton left the State Department to go home.
“She didn’t stay in a way the six secretaries of state that I worked for would have stayed. They would have stayed there all night to protect our people in danger overseas. Hillary Clinton went home. That act alone disqualifies her from being president of the United States.
“What lesson does that send to the terrorists all around the world? What lessons does it send to the state sponsors of terrorism all around the world who arm and equip them and finance them? I’ll tell you what it says. It says an American ambassador, who is the personal representative of the president of the United States overseas, can be murdered by a group of terrorists with complete impunity.
“Under Barack Obama, you can kill his personal representative, and he does nothing. That’s the lesson that it sends.
“’What difference does it make?’ That disqualifies her from being president as well.
“Her unwillingness to answer these important questions shows how vulnerable she understands herself to be. As we get closer to November 2016, we are never going to let her forget that,” Bolton said.