On CNN American Morning, conservative talk radio host Bill Bennett told Soledad O’Brien that there is “no reason to falsify the record” or “falsify conversations” in ABC’s “Path to 9/11.” “When ABC comes out and has conversations taking place among cabinet members on recent history,” Bennett said, “I think they should correct those inaccuracies.” Watch it:
BENNETT: Well, maybe having been a cabinet member you know you have some heightened concern about being quoted accurately and correctly. Look, “The Path to 9/11” is strewn with a lot of problems and I think there were problems in the Clinton administration. But that’s no reason to falsify the record, falsify conversations by either the president or his leading people and you know it just shouldn’t happen.
Conservatives have to be consistent Soledad, when the Reagan’s that show about the Reagan’s, CBS show came out, had all sorts of distortions and misstatements. Conservatives went crazy and had it relegated somewhere, I don’t know, it never appeared on CBS. And so I think they should be consistent. And when ABC comes out and has conversations taking place among cabinet members on recent history, on matters that are still before us, I think they should correct those inaccuracies.