“After all, it was during her tenure as President [Barack] Obama’s chief foreign policy advisor that we saw four Americans, including our own Ambassador, brutally murdered in Benghazi, Libya while she ignored their pleas for help at 2 a.m.,” the first-term Arkansas Republican said.Read More >>
“The numbers don’t lie: almost one in three detainees released from Guantanamo Bay are confirmed or suspected of returning to the fight,” said the Army veteran of combat tours in Iraq and Afghanistan.
“Most recently, we’ve seen reports of former detainees joining forces with the Islamic State. Regrettably, many of these transfers are hashed out behind closed doors–this is unacceptable,” Cotton said.Read More >>
“This whole outrageous episode demonstrates how the Iran deal has been sold to Americans through a parade of misleading ‘narratives,’ echo chambers, and outright falsehoods,” Cotton said in a statement. “The Administration must start dealing in the truth. One place to start is to identify the official who ordered the manipulation of the video and impose appropriate discipline.”Read More >>
Sen. Tom Cotton has called upon the State Department to explain to the American people why it edited out key portions of a video recording of a 2013 briefing on the Iran nuclear negotiations.Read More >>
Arkansas senator Tom Cotton hammered the president’s foreign policy staff Tuesday morning, explaining why he’s become “public enemy number one at the White House” over his opposition to the Iran deal.
“I guess I became public enemy number one at the White House because I’m telling the truth about the Iran deal. “Read More >>