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Benghazi is worse than Watergate, and Obama should resign

In comparing the Watergate cover-up to the Benghazi cover-up, the crimes involved are completely different but still crimes ("Benghazi deserves real review," May 9). The purpose for the cover-ups, though, was the same: to re-elect the president. Nobody died at Watergate. Four Americans died at Benghazi. As yet no survivors of Benghazi have been interviewed, to my knowledge. If they have, why shouldn't the American people have a right to know what was divulged? The president during Watergate resigned, the president during Benghazi should certainly do the same.

Norman Wolfe, Pikesville

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