The Benghazi attack was four years ago this fall, but as Hillary Clinton's presidential campaign ramps up, a man who survived the incident isn't about to let her forget it!
Kris "Tanto" Paronto was an Army Ranger who was part of the team that tried to defend an American diplomatic compound against Islamic militants during the Benghazi attack in 2012.
During an interview, at a recent fundraiser, Paronto unloaded about Clinton and her involvement. "I don't think she has a soul," Paronto said. "I hope it haunts her. I don't think it will."
Paronto said he feels that Clinton has deceived victims' families as to what incited the attack. One of those claims of deception include the democratic nominee allegedly telling victims' families that an online video mocking Islam was the cause. Clinton denies ever saying this.
"She lied to the family members, period," Paronto said. "People are believing her over the family members of teammates that I lost."
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Four Americans were killed in Benghazi, including Ambassador J. Christopher Stevens, who was recently mentioned in one of the ongoing depositions regarding Clinton's email scandal.
Paronto's story is told in 13 Hours, the book turned Michael Bay movie, a film Eric Trump said should be a voting requirement.
Paranto did not outwardly endorse Donald Trump, but remains adamant about Republicans being clear as to what happened on Sept. 11, 2012.