After leaving a weekend meeting with President Obama on the upcoming vote on military action in Syria, Senators John McCain, R-Az, and Lindsey Graham, R-S.C., said they were going to hold a follow-on meeting to discuss U.S. strategy with National Security Adviser Susan Rice. That’s the same Susan Rice whose anticipated nomination as Secretary of State they threatened to filibuster for mischaracterizing the Benghazi attack that killed U.S. Ambassador Chris Stevens and three other Americans last September. During their very public anti-Rice campaign, McCain and Graham suggested that Rice was part of a cover-up, pushed a select committee investigation of the Benghazi tragedy, and inferred that Rice was “not very bright.”
That should be some strategy session.