Former New York City Mayor Rudy Giuliani, who has often used 9/11 for political purposes, said that GOP presidential nominee Mitt Romney should exploit the tragedy in Benghazi, Libya, in which terrorists murderer U.S. Ambassador Christopher Stevens and three of his staff.
Giuliani also accused President Obama of covering up facts that related to the terrorist attack in Libya, reports ThinkProgress.org. However, Giuliani could not present any proof of a cover-up.
Appearing on CNN, on Monday, Giuliani said: "I think if, in fact, this becomes a question of the president’s lack of leadership, then it cuts into the economy as well. It’s beginning to become like that. The White house has been remarkably, the White House has fumbled this, whether it’s a deliberate cover-up or they’re making it look like a cover-up they have fumbled the ball four or five times here. Several contradictions."
Then on Fox News, later, Giuliani said: "[Romney] should be exploiting it. I mean, there is real chance, there is a cover-up here. They’re trying to run out the clock. Hillary Clinton appoints a commission that will investigate. They will not report until next January or February."