Laura Ingraham hosted Mark Bowden of Atlantic Monthly.
Bowden said it's not surprising to get conflicting accounts of events during the raid. He said he thinks the Obama administration regrets some of the misinformation that came out before all the facts were known.
The first myth was that the raid was a close call. Bowden said it wasn't really a close call - that most of the principals were for it. His sources were the president, his staff and the principal players in the raid.
The second is that the raid was called off several times - that it was not called off several times and that it went off on the first available date.
The fifth myth was that the principals leaked details about the raid. He said a number of people from the Pentagon, CIA, White House the principal players were besieged with requests for information and that they did talk to the media but didn't leak too many details. Ingraham countered with the support the Obama administration gave to Kathryn Bigelow for her Bin Laden raid movie.