Hilary Clinton Questioned on the Benghazi Attacks

Hillary Clinton was in the hot seat nearly all day Thursday as lawmakers questioned her on the Benghazi attacks.

Lawmakers have been pressing the former Secretary of State for answers on how she handled those attacks.

Clinton told the committee that U.S. Ambassador Chris Stevens pushed for permanent U.S. presence in Benghazi.

He and three other Americans were killed in the 2012 attacks.

While many think Clinton should have done more to prevent it, she says she doesn’t take the deaths lightly.

"You know, I would imagine I’ve thought more about what happened than all of you put together. I’ve lost more sleep than all of you put together."

Clinton also says she never told the military to "stand down" during the violence.