By Jim Kouri
Talk show host Steve Malzberg scored a touchdown with his exclusive interview of the former fiancé of the late Chris Stevens, the U.S. Ambassador to Libya who was murdered by Islamists during what’s now called the Battle of Benghazi on Sept. 11, 2012. The former fashion model now an actress told Malzberg during his show on Newsmax TV that then-Secretary of State Hillary Clinton failed to perform her job such as when she and her minions such as Huma Abedin appeared to totally ignore Amb. Stevens’ urgent requests for more security at the diplomatic mission.
Stevens’ former fiance, Lydie Denier, told Malzberg that she became engaged to Stevens after they fell in love in 1995. But she said the two never married, although she always held him in high-esteem and cared for the career diplomat very much.
“I [heard] some news that there was an attack in Benghazi,” Denier is heard saying in the videotaped interview, which aired at 7 p.m. ET on Friday’s Malzberg show aired by Newsmax TV.
During one part of her interview, Ms. Denier stated, “It was just flames and there was a picture of a man and with that picture I had a bad feeling. I knew something was wrong but I couldn’t tell because I’m blind as a bat, so I need my glasses and I didn’t have them on. But they kept repeating, ‘the ambassador died.’ There was the name written under the picture but still I couldn’t see it. When his picture came back on the screen I put my glasses on and it was him. It was a shock.”
Denier, who is an actress and model, said she is working on a documentary tentatively titled, “A Voice for Ambassador Chris Stevens.”
The stunning French actress, who played Jane in a European TV series, “Tarzan,” said she holds blames Clinton for Stevens’ death after self-avowed Muslim terrorists stormed a diplomatic compound in the Libyan city on Sept. 11, 2012.
“As far as Hillary Clinton, it would take more than six minutes for me to say how I feel, but obviously you know how I feel,” Denier said. “I think she should have done a better job for security and should not have ignored his requests. And if he was a friend, like she said, he was a friend, then you don’t let your friend down.”
According to the last time Clinton testified before the House Select Committee on Benghazi, it was shown that Hillary told the American people Stevens was her close friend. But it was discovered she had no contact with the doomed diplomat for more than six-months.
Denier claims that she has attempted to speak with Clinton for her documentary but her efforts met with negative results.