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Jun 29, 2016 Press Release
“Republicans are addicted to Benghazi and to exploiting this tragedy for political reasons. If we needed any more evidence that this investigation was a partisan charade, now we have it. One day after issuing their ‘final’ report, Republicans are requiring yet another witness to be flown to Washington so they can investigate his postings on social media. Why in the world should the American taxpayers be forced to continue paying millions of dollars for Republicans to chase down unsubstantiated conspiracy theories against Secretary Clinton?”
Jun 28, 2016 Press Release
Republicans are touting as a significant new revelation in their partisan report that a senior official from the Bureau of Diplomatic Security (DS) was excluded from discussions about extending the State Department’s temporary mission in Benghazi.
Jun 28, 2016 Press Release
Republican report omits the fact that in September 2013, the State Department Inspector General issued a report that the “Accountability Review Board process operates as intended—independently and without bias—to identify vulnerabilities in the Department of State’s security programs.”
Jun 28, 2016 Press Release
However, back in 2014, then-House Oversight Committee Chairman Darrell Issa went onto the House floor and made the same point when he read from a then-classified email explaining that it “recounts items discussed in a Secure Video Teleconference attended by senior Administration officials.” He claimed the email “shows the White House had hurried to settle on a false narrative—one at odds with the conclusions reached by those on the ground.” Issa’s actions were reported in the press at the time.
Jun 28, 2016 Press Release
Republicans are touting as significant new revelations in their partisan report that Secretary Clinton was considering a trip to Libya in 2012 and that the Department wanted to establish a permanent facility in Benghazi.