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-- tomorrow is -- -- for what could be a blockbuster congressional hearing on the big Ghazi terror attack.
Whistle blowers are expressed -- expected to assert that the Obama administration lied about what led up to the assault blew the response itself.
And then lied about -- chief -- correspondent James Rosen has the latest tonight from the State Department.
At her senate confirmation hearing to be the next US ambassador to Libya Deborah K Jones spoke about the last two.
And if confirmed I am committed to working closely with this congress.
In carrying on the excellent work of both gene -- and Cris Stevens and their teams.
On Wednesday the house oversight committee will hear testimony from ambassador Stephens is deputy Greg hicks.
-- -- his pleas for military intervention during the -- -- attacks.
I asked the defense attache hicks told the committee in an interview last month is there anything coming is there anything out there to help our people from you know big military.
And the answer again was the same as before.
And what was that answer committee investigator asked the answer was it's too far away there are no tankers there is nothing there is nothing that could respond.
If you have people being shot at mortar killed.
The idea that you don't come as you are bring what you have is reprehensible to Americans the idea -- US military assets were ordered to stand down.
-- strongly disputed Tuesday by the career diplomat who led the state department's post Ben Ghazi review board.
Gregory hicks testified before our board -- -- to my recollection he didn't make that suggestion to our board however it was our conclusion that there were not assets in place able to reach and god see in time to have made any significant difference in the attack on the US missions.
With the committee also set to hear allegations leveled against then secretary of state Hillary Clinton.
As well as key aides to her and President Obama charges already vehemently denied by the Obama administration the panel's ranking Democrat is decrying advance leaks of the testimony.
I demanded and got back and hearing he gives us all we have -- for the benefit of everybody.
For their part senior State Department officials have already begun whispering about how both of tomorrow so called whistle blower witnesses career civil servants with -- impressive resonates in jobs.
Have axes to grind the lawyers for these men say the State Department -- try to threaten them.
To discourage them from testifying.
Interest in to watch and -- and live at the State Department James thank you.
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