Tonight on AC360°, GOP Congressman Rep. Dana Rohrabacher accused President Obama of lying about the attack in Benghazi. He said that the attack should never have been attributed to “movie rage” and that in the days following the bombing, the President went out of his way to not use the words “terror attack” though he knew it was.
Anderson asked him to provide evidence for his claim and that’s where things get heated.
Watch the interview on link below.
Veteran journalist Virginia Moseley joins CNN as vice president and deputy bureau chief at the network’s Washington bureau, it was announced today by Sam Feist, CNN senior vice president and Washington bureau chief. Virginia will oversee the bureau’s newsgathering operation beginning the first week of December.
Virginia comes to CNN after spending 18 years at ABC News. She most recently served as senior Washington producer of Good Morning America, where she oversaw all Washington reporting and interviews for the morning show. Virginia’s other positions at the network included senior political editor during the 2008 and 2006 campaigns, and eight years with This Week, where she served as senior producer then executive producer. Before ABC News, she spent ten years with CBS News, where she worked in the political unit in various roles and as a Washington producer for CBS Evening News.
CNN continues to cover the deadly attacks in Israel and Gaza with reporters positioned all around the Middle East.
Reza Sayah reports from the Rafah border crossing in Egypt, where Egyptian demonstrators are beginning to enter Gaza.
Christiane Amanpour discusses the international community's response to Israel-Gaza conflict.
Fred Pleitgen reports live when a rocket hits Ashkelon, Israel.
Behind the scenes at CNN's International Desk during the Israel-Gaza conflict.
Ben Wedeman reports on the Israeli Defense Force calling up 16,000 reservists for active duty.
Fred Pleitgen reports on a rocket hitting the outskirts of Tel Aviv.
CNN's Fareed Zakaria tells Piers Morgan Israel is justified in responding to rocket attacks.
Former UK Prime Minister Tony Blair speaks to CNN about the "incredibly difficult and tense" situation between Israel and Hamas.
CNNI anchor/correspondent Hala Gorani's Q&A on the Gaza strikes.
Israel Deputy Foreign Minister Danny Ayalon tells CNN’s Soledad O’Brien that Gaza may have a day or two before ground troops move in.
Ayalon says, “We are kind of reluctant warriors. We don’t want to get into Gaza if we don’t have to. But if they keep firing at us… a ground operation is still in the cards…. We have very simple, specific goals.”
When O’Brien asks what would trigger a ground operation, Ayalon responds, “If we will see in the next 24 to 36 hours more rockets launched at us, I think that would be the trigger.”
Starting Point with Soledad O’Brien airs weekday mornings from 7-9a ET on CNN.