U.S. Ambassador Killed in Libya
U.S. ambassador to Libya J. Christopher Stevens and three other embassy staff were killed in an attack in Benghazi on Wednesday, the White House confirmed on Wednesday.
President Obama strongly condemned the attacks, while also calling on embassies across the globe to increase security.
In an alternate America, a classically liberal President, having had reduced American foreign presence by half, quietly evacuated the entire consulate.
Then, having issued but one warning 48 hours prior, from offshore she razed one hundred blocks.
She never spoke of the incident again.