Laura Ingraham hosted Representative Peter King of New York.
King agreed with the New York Times that President Obama is disengaged iwth the Middle East after all the fanfare early in his term that he would change relations in the Middle East. He noted that Egypt has been taken over by the Muslim Brotherhood. He said we have to find out what the breakdown was in the deaths of four Americans at the Benghazi consulate in Libya. King thinks Obama is suspicious of American power and thus he can lead from behind and disengage from the rest of the world. He said in reality he's campaigning on winding down American influence in the world.
Ingraham and King noted that the White House is still apologetic about the video that didn't cause the Benghazi attack and is almost sympathetic to the Muslim grievances that result in violence. They noted that when Mitt Romney brought up that Americans have an expecation of results from their foreign aid at the Clinton Global Initiative, he was met with stony sce as that enterprise is filled with people who prop up the United Nations.
King and seven other GOP representatives have written a letter to the White House asking about concerns that the blind sheikh Abdel Rahman would be released from prison. They have gotten vague reassurances that he wouldn't be released, but nothing strongly affirmative.