Cummings Calls for Release of Full Mills Interview Transcript
Prior to her interview yesterday with the Benghazi Select Committee, former State Department Chief of Staff Cheryl Mills requested that the proceeding be conducted in public to avoid inaccurate information being leaked out of context to attack her for political reasons.
With an Unlimited Budget, No Time limit, and No Rules, No End in Sight for Select Committee
WASHINGTON—Today marks the 469th day since the authorization of the Select Committee on Benghazi, now surpassing the length of time of the Church Committee. The Select Committee has already lasted longer than numerous other investigations, including the investigations of Hurricane Katrina, the attack on Pearl Harbor, the assassination of President Kennedy, and Iran-Contra.
Congressional investigations into the attacks in Benghazi have been plagued by a series of inaccurate, partisan leaks designed to attack former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton. Many of these attacks rely on anonymous sources to describe -- and often mischaracterize -- documents reporters have not seen.
Releases Memo from Intelligence Community Inspector General Describing Actions
WASHINGTON—Today, Rep. Elijah E.