Obama’s pick for Ebola response denies that there were scandals at Benghazi or the IRS during Obama’s presidency.
President Barack Obama appointed longtime left-wing activist, Ron Klain, to head up the government’s response to the Ebola outbreak.
Klain has no health care experience but he does have experience spinning for the Obama administration.
“There was no effort to cover up [Benghazi],” Klain said. President Obama “conducted a full review of what went wrong,” Klain said.
“Let’s be honest. I think there’s a lot of noise and strum and drang about this on Capitol Hill [which] has a lot more to do with Republican views of Hillary Clinton’s 2016 candidacy than it does about embassy security but I hope we do get better embassy security policy out of this.”
Klain turned his attention to the IRS targeting of political conservatives.
“I don’t think there’s any evidence that anyone at the White House was giving any orders suggesting people do that [targeting],” Klain said.