Piers Morgan brought up the criticism thrown out by Senator Rand Paul that Clinton should have been fired by the president. Dana Loesch agreed with the sentiment and dismissed Morgan’s claim that asking serious questions of top female officials in the Obama administration is misogynistic. Morgan brushed past that to push back against Loesch on the idea that Clinton should be fired, asking why the same wouldn’t apply to Condoleezza Rice and other members of the Bush administration.
Loesch dismissed the comparison between the Benghazi conflict and anything that happened under the Bush administration. Morgan repeatedly pressed Loesch to defend her claim, asking her how she can think a misreading of intelligence in the Benghazi case is comparable to misreading intelligence that led the United States to war ten years ago. An exasperated Loesch tried to keep the conversation on the Obama administration scandal rather than rehashing the same arguments about WMDs in Iraq.