Well Obama is ready to rush into Syria to help civilians there, but didn’t come to the help of his “fellow” US citizens in Benghazi.

The Big Three network morning shows on Wednesday briefly noted the one-year anniversary of the Islamist attack on the U.S. compound in Benghazi, Libya, but not one pointed out the latest development in the ongoing controversy over what happened. On Tuesday, CBS correspondent Sharyl Attkisson reported on Twitter that Secretary of State John Kerry “tells [C]ongress he will not honor the request to make Benghazi survivors available for questioning.

Norah O’Donnell highlighted on Wednesday’s CBS This Morning that “Republican Congressman Darrell Issa wants to interview survivors” and that “he’s giving the State Department until Monday to meet his demand“, but didn’t mention Kerry’s refusal. [MP3 audio available here; video below the jump]

NBC correspondent Peter Alexander referenced the Benghazi anniversary in passing during the lead report on Today about President Obama’s Tuesday evening address on Syria: “The remarks came [from President Obama] on the eve of today’s anniversary, 12 years since 9/11 and just 12 months since four Americans were killed in Benghazi.” Several minutes later, news anchor Natalie Morales gave a 20-second brief on the Wednesday terrorist attack in the Libyan city. But like Robach, Morales didn’t mention Issa’s request.O’Donnell also mentioned the bombing of the Libyan foreign ministry’s facility in Benghazi during her 30-second brief. The CBS anchor devoted 14 seconds to latest attack, and additional 16 seconds to Issa’s “demand” of the State Department. However, O’Donnell ignored her own colleague’s scoop about Kerry:
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