The former fiancee of Ambassador Chris Stevens, who was killed in the 2012 Benghazi terror attack, tells Newsmax TV that Hillary Clinton didn’t do her job by ignoring Stevens’ requests for more security.
Lydie Denier tells Steve Malzberg she was engaged to Stevens in 1995 after a brief love affair. The two never married, but she always cared deeply for him.
“But they kept repeating, ‘the ambassador died.’ There was the name written under the picture but still I couldn’t see it. When his picture came back on the screen I put my glasses on and it was him. It was a shock.”
Denier is an actress and model working on a documentary titled, “A Voice for Ambassador Chris Stevens.” She points to Clinton as at least partly to blame for Stevens’ death after militants stormed the U.S. Embassy compound in the Libyan capital on Sept. 11, 2012.
“As far as Hillary Clinton, it would take more than six minutes for me to say how I feel, but obviously you know I feel,” Denier says. “I think she should have done a better job for security and not ignore his requests. And if he was a friend, like she said, he was a friend, then you don’t let your friend down.”
Denier adds that she’s tried to talk with Clinton for her documentary but the effort has been fruitless.