At least, I assume that's the lesson to be taken from this Reuters report headlined "White House told of militant claim two hours after Libya attack: emails."
It's all about how some emails magically appeared in the hands of a Reuters reporter. These emails rather brutally call into question the White House claim that they were relying on intelligence when they blamed YouTube videos for the assassination of Ambassador Chris Stevens and three other Americans serving at our embassy in Benghazi. (Speaking of, that YouTube guy can't possibly still be in jail, can he?)
Anyway, funny how those emails came out just now. The key for me:
A third email, also marked SBU and sent at 6:07 p.m. Washington time, carried the subject line: "Update 2: Ansar al-Sharia Claims Responsibility for Benghazi Attack." ...
While some information identifying recipients of this message was redacted from copies of the messages obtained by Reuters, a government source said that one of the addresses to which the message was sent was the White House Situation Room, the president's secure command post.
For a presidency so laser-focused on the previous administration, they sure forgot that lesson about what happens when you blame intelligence agencies for your problems.