The 2012 attack which left four Americans dead in Libya reportedly "loomed large" with President Donald Trump while he was making the decision to kill top Iranian General Qassem Soleimani.
"Yesterday's action vs the disgraceful response at Benghazi is all you need to know about leadership then & now!" the president's eldest son said.
The two exchanged heated words for one another after Susan Rice appeared on "Real Time with Bill Maher" on HBO.
"I've been investigated repeatedly by the other side. And, much to their dismay, but to my satisfaction, it's been for naught," the former secretary of state said.
"The American people need to decide what they think about a President who poisons our political dialogue by going after people's physical characteristics."
"The Democrats seriously believe they have a way of blaming Donald Trump for this," Limbaugh said.
The Netflix boycott is the latest addition to a list of things some conservatives have abandoned.
The 2012 attacks resulted in the deaths of four U.S. personnel and became a debate flashpoint during the 2016 election.
A judicial watchdog organization has accused the government of trying to protect the Obama administration.
"Every time I hear people compare this to Benghazi, it makes me physically sick," Oklahoma Senator James Inhofe said.
The State Department did not go far enough in uncovering Clinton's emails related to the 2012 Benghazi attack, a federal judge appointed by Obama rules.
Islamist fighters including Ansar al-Sharia were blamed for the killings at a U.S. diplomatic compound in 2012.
According to Saif al-Islam Gaddaf's lawyer, the man once tipped to rule Libya is free.
Public demonstrations, a Libyan military strongman and defections to ISIS have all damaged Ansar al-Sharia's standing in Libya.
Clinton's supposed scandals never amounted to anything.
Pro-government fighters rescued two Turks, two Indians and one Bangladeshi.
Republicans don't like the way Democrats like the Clintons devote so much energy to helping the less fortunate.
Democratic candidate for president sits down with Chris Wallace on Fox News Sunday.