In yet another suspected green-on-blue attack, attackers dressed as Afghan police killed four coalition troops in southern Afghanistan early Sunday, according to James Graybeal, a spokesman with NATO's International Security Assistance Force.
On Starting Point this morning, Rep. Peter King weighs in on this attack, explaining that the CIA is giving the case a lot of attention.
"It's bad enough when you're killed in battle," King says. "But to have it by people sneaking in or actually people supposedly on our side turning against us, this can't be tolerated. We have to find out a way to stop it."
King also clarifies comments he's made accusing President Obama of engaging in an "apology tour" in the Middle East.
"What it's done is it's created a climate, it's created an attitude in the Middle East where our allies don't trust us, where those who are undecided are starting to hedge their bets and turn against us," King explains. "We have nothing to apologize to the Muslim world at all. We have not sacrificed our ideals."
Regarding how the attack in Libya may have been different if Romney were president, King says, "I hope we would have had more security in Benghazi when the ambassador went there. That to me on September 11th, you had no extra security in an al Qaeda stronghold in Libya, to me, appears to have been irresponsible."