McCain, Graham keep heat on Rice, but appear to soften attacks

Senate Republican leaders returned Sunday to demanding answers from U.S. Ambassador Susan Rice about her public explanation on the fatal Libya attacks – but now appear to be mounting a less head-on attack.


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