VIDEO: New York Times' Cairo Bureau Chief David Kirkpatrick Talks Benghazi on MEET THE PRESS

On this morning's MEET THE PRESS, New York Times' Cairo Bureau Chief David Kirkpatrick spoke with David Gregory on the publication's recent Benghazi reveal, saying "I don't think I'm out on a limb there... There's just no chance that this was an Al Qaeda attack if, by Al Qaeda, you mean the organization founded by Osama bin Laden." Check out his interview in full below!

Today's edition also featured a discussion with Rep. Darrell Issa (R-CA), Rep. Joaquin Castro (D-TX), and NBC News' Andrea Mitchell; an interview with Edward Snowden's key U.S. legal adviser Ben Wizner; a political roundtable with Senior Fellow at the Council on Foreign Relations Elliott Abrams, Washington Post Columnist Eugene Robinson, NBC News' Andrea Mitchell, Author & Foreign Policy Analyst Robin Wright and George Mason University Provost Dr. Peter Stearns; and an interview with Franklin Graham by NBC News' Harry Smith.

VIDEO: New York Times' Cairo Bureau Chief David Kirkpatrick Talks Benghazi on MEET THE PRESS


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