By MATTHEW DALY, Associated Press
WASHINGTON (AP) — The authority of a congressional row questioning a lethal Benghazi attacks says a member of Hillary Rodham Clinton’s middle round could yield pivotal discernment into how a State Department confirmed a participation in Libya before to a 2012 attack.
Jake Sullivan, a former process executive and emissary arch of staff during a State Department, arrived early Friday for what is approaching to be a daylong session.
Republican Rep. Trey Gowdy of South Carolina says Sullivan was in a “unique position” to speak about how U.S. process in Libya compulsory a State Department to have a earthy participation in a country.
The conflict on a U.S. tactful comforts in Benghazi killed 4 Americans, including a U.S. envoy to Libya.
The row interviewed former Clinton arch of staff Cheryl Mills for 9½ hours on Thursday.
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