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-- are more perspective on all of this right now -- our top story of the day with these protesters.
Storming the consulate US consulate Libyan killing the ambassador there Christopher Stephens.
We have senator John Colvin Republican at a North Dakota who's joined us in the past talk about foreign policy and in fact had a a visit to this region of the world earlier this year he's in DC right now.
The present within the last hour senator has talked about the fact that justice.
We'll be done days -- his remarks following the death investor -- so we're trying to get that what the definition justice will be in this case with the appropriate response is what do you think.
Well I think we have to work with the Libyan government to make sure that the perpetrators are brought to justice.
This is an outrageous attack we we have to condemn -- in the strongest terms there's already a fast marine team.
Headed to Libya right so it's about working with the Libyan government to make sure that we find new.
Committed these terrible crimes killed our people our ambassador and and that a justice is done.
You made a key point in this talk about working with the Libyan government in fact it's appointed the president also made himself -- I think it's exactly I phrased it in his.
How remarks as the Secretary Clinton KT McFarland -- -- -- -- foreign policy analyst and former government official was on with us earlier this hour she was advocating calling out the governments in Libya.
And or Egypt and say.
Hey but listen you guys give you better job protecting our people -- embassies and whatnot that it sounds like you go to different direction more more more diplomacy.
-- -- they do need to make sure that they're protecting our embassies -- working with us and so we do -- -- expect better security from them at the same time we need to -- more secure our -- again -- again we need to work with these governments.
The third I work with us to root out this extremism.
And not only protect our people when they're in our country but to protect their own people as well okay so what does that mean then what's the next step and not the Marines will go in and and did in the short ordered -- -- to secure at least the embassy and and calm the tensions that surround that embassy and -- -- and I'm -- in Cairo and other embassies around the world off.
Increase security we know all that but what's the next tangible step that's appropriate after that.
Well look the first step of course is having the Marines there to secure.
Embassy aunt and our people at the same time -- our military -- and are there security forces will work.
With the Libyan government.
Q to find out who did this and bring them to justice and that's very important that's what the president I talked about what would you say about the way the president handled things this morning.
Governor Romney Secretary Clinton just in terms of the comments you've heard in the response all this on both sides.
Well look this is about.
All of us as Americans making sure that we protect our people at home and abroad.
You know -- -- 9/11.
Yesterday the anniversary of 9/11.
We recognize that there's still a lot of extremism.
And that we've got to work with these other governments to rooted out for our security.
And for -- and that's the leadership role that our country needs to play and I truly believe that that's what.
Governor Romney was talking about is we've got a step up and take that mantle of leadership is important for our country support for the world are we'll talk more about that part of it going forward but senator John -- Republican of a North Dakota.
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