Stevens planned to quit over Hillary's security refusals when killed in Benghazi

  • 05/04/2017
  • Press Corp

Former U.S. Ambassador to Libya Christopher Stevens planned to quit that position over Hillary Clinton's repeated refusals to give him legally-required security before he was killed in a Sept. 11, 2012 terrorist attack.

"He was not going to finish his term as ambassador because it was getting too dangerous. He was going to choose to leave," Lydie Denier told NewsMax TV's Steve Malzberg. "He will have stayed two years and that's it. Unfortunately, he didn't get the chance to do it."

"It was not just a few requests, it was 600 requests for [more] security," said Denier.

"If the roles were reversed, [if] Hillary is the ambassador in Libya and Chris is secretary of state, he would have done a better job watching her back. And if it was her daughter who had been ambassador to Libya, let me tell you, she would have moved the Earth to get her daughter out of there alive," said Denier.