More like a coverup.

Via The Hill:

House Democrats are defending the Obama administration’s handling of last month’s terrorist attack in Libya, arguing that the president’s account changed only after the intelligence did.

“The administration relies on the intelligence that it sees. It’s not about bungling [the response], it’s about getting information as it comes in,” Rep. Jim McGovern (D-Mass.) told reporters in the Capitol on Friday. “And as the investigation’s gone on, they learn different things. So this notion that somehow the administration didn’t do the right thing, I think is just wrong.”

McGovern’s comments echo those of Vice President Biden, who said during Thursday night’s debate that the administration’s public statements about the attack simply reflected information provided by the intelligence community.

The administration had initially claimed the Sept. 11 attack on the U.S. consulate in Benghazi was sparked by an anti-Islam video made in the United States. Later, officials changed their story, saying the attack was an act of terrorism linked to Al Qaeda.

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