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Every everybody brand new hour and a -- alert on the new fallout in the investigation of the terror attacks in Libya.
The chairman of the House Intelligence Committee Republican Mike Rogers saying that he believes the State Department showed gross negligence.
By not providing adequate security and then Ghazi in the weeks leading up the attack that killed our US ambassador and three.
Others there is so much more in the stories of -- -- new hour here.
I'm Bill Hemmer welcome we are not -- the condition that we lodge and -- and today.
Think apple we feel better because we didn't have seven glasses of inaudible explain that later -- -- think you have brought in for Martha McAllen today there are also conflicting reports this morning.
About -- secretary of state Hillary Clinton will testify before congress or even if she will.
About this terror attack Fox's Catherine Herridge is live in Washington Katharine give us all the latest.
-- right for sponsor with the comments by the Republican chair of the House Intelligence Committee.
Where he describes.
The state department's actions prior to that attack.
As gross negligence.
That means that the he does believe there is sufficient evidence that the State Department bears some responsibility for the deaths of four Americans.
As we first reported here at Fox News based on a classified cable there was an emergency meeting in Ben Ghazi -- secretary Clinton's office.
Who specifically warned the Ben Ghazi -- that could not withstand a coordinated assaults.
And that there were at least ten known camps inside then Ghazi linked to Islamist militias as well as al-Qaeda.
One Republican also claims the State Department is blocking his access to the terrorist attack survivors.
It's been typical we have people killed in Iraq Afghanistan or whatnot.
Those names may -- -- held for 48 hours but we don't know how many there are we don't know what states they're probably don't know who these families are.
And we would like to talk to them.
Also the new fox polls show by a wide margin that Americans think President Obama should -- send US troops to Ben Ghazi.
To stop the 9/11 terrorist attack.
The polls also show Americans are divided over the administration's handling of the attack with a slim majority believing.
It does amount to a -- Allison.
Katherine will congress actually get to see the complete report.
Well that's an important question a review of these regulations by Fox News and that the regulations that govern the state department's internal investigation.
Known as the accountability review border -- be it does not suggest there is a specific requirement for the entire report to be given to congress.
Just -- Secretary Clinton must provide her written comment to congress within ninety days of the reports completion.
Listen closely to this exchange -- from the State Department briefing yesterday.
We'll get to the statute if you like.
Is that the secretary's.
To the ARB's conclusions.
Has to go in writing to the congress within ninety days of her receiving the report.
She obviously will intend to consult with them far earlier than that she's committed.
So when you listen closely to that response from -- -- -- What you hear is that there is not a commitment to provide the entire.
Unvarnished report to congress.
There's only a requirement for Clinton to provide her own comments.
And now there's been this back and forth over whether in fact she will testify.
Thursday next week at the State Department characterized that.
As a date on the calendar rather than a date certain house so many questions remain Catherine Hersh thank you so much -- -- congress.
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