Jorge Ramos dropped the B-word at the Univision debate Wednesday night: Benghazi. The audience responded with its own B-word: booo.
The audience booed for eight straight seconds.
The moment shows just how polarized this issue, along with the question of Clinton's emails, has become. Many Republicans see a vast conspiracy to cover up a horrible government response to the Benghazi attacks (a conspiracy that's not supported by the investigations so far). Democrats by and large feel it's a side issue that's been politicized to take Clinton down.
Clinton captured the feeling among many Democrats in her answer to Ramos: "[T]his is not the first time we lost Americans in a terrorist attack. We lost 3,000 people on 9/11. We lost Americans serving in embassies in Tanzania and Kenya when my husband was president. We lost 250 Americans when Ronald Reagan was president in Beirut. At no other time were those tragedies politicized."