President Barack Obama and secretary of Sate Hillary Clinton paid tribute to the four American diplomats murdered earlier this week in Benghazi, Libya in an apparent terror attack. The President and Secretary spoke at a Transfer of Remains Ceremony as the bodies of the four, Ambassador J. Christopher (Chris) Stevens and State Department staffers Sean Smith, Glen Doherty and Tyrone Woods were brought home. In a ceremony inside a hanger at Andrews Air Force Base, attended by the family members, State Department colleagues and top government officials including Vice President Joe Biden, Secretary of Defense Leon Panetta and the past two Secretaries of State, Condeleeza Rice and Colin Powell. In remarks, President Obama and Secretary Clinton paid tribute to the lives, dedication, careers and sacrifice of what Mrs. Clinton and Mr. Obama called “patriots”. Click Arrow to Hear the President’s and Secretary’s remarks at the Ceremony as heard on WTLC-AM. Runs 21 Minutes.