Obama called his biggest mistake over the years of the presidency

On air of TV channel Fox News journalist Chris Wallace asked Barack Obama what he believes his biggest mistake during his work in the White house. The US President noted that he considers a mistake the consequences of the overthrow of Muammar Gaddafi in Libya.

“Perhaps error — no plan for what to do the next day after the overthrow of Qaddafi,” Obama was quoted by Bloomberg. The U.S. intervention in the Libyan conflict it was the correct call.

Also the American President is told what day he thinks is best, and which worst. Positive emotions Obama experienced after the signing of the law on health care, and negative the day of the murder 20 children in an elementary school in Connecticut.

The U.S. and European allies intervened in the civil war in Libya in March 2011 after the adoption of UN security Council resolution establishing a no-fly zone over the country. After that, the air force, NATO attacked the positions of the Libyan army and helped the opponents of Gaddafi to win the conflict.

The overthrow of Gaddafi has led to the establishment of peace in Libya. There are several factions that control various parts of Libya. Including the “Islamic state” (banned in Russia as a terrorist organization), whose fighters captured the town of Sirte.