Michael Bay’s Benghazi Movie Could Hit Hillary Clinton’s Campaign
Michael Bay’s new movie, “13 Hours: The Secret Soldiers of Benghazi,” could affect Hillary Clinton’s presidential campaign as it recounts the real life story of the 2012 terrorist attack in Libya, The Guardian reports.
The action packed film is set to open in theaters on Jan. 15, just two weeks before the Iowa caucuses where Clinton will face voters for the first time.
When talking about Benghazi, many people are discussing Hillary Clinton’s emails or the formation of the Benghazi Special Committee created to take Hillary down, but the producer of the film, Erwin Stoff, told the Guardian that this film is about something more.
“While the events have been the subject of continuous heated debate, few have heard or seen the story told from the perspective of these brave men because it has been largely lost amidst the political back and forth,” he said.
The movie stars John Krasinski and is based on the tragic attack that killed two diplomats, including the U.S. ambassador to Libya, and two CIA security contractors while Hillary served as secretary of state.
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