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Out of our nation's capital V continuing investigation.
Into the the September 11 attack on our consulate in Libya Republicans continue their push for answers.
Suggesting that high ranking officials -- testify and they want to know if then secretary of state Hillary Clinton among the others were involved in changing.
The CIA talking points memo Democrats however fighting back and they say that this is just politics to discredit Clinton.
My concern is when Hillary Clinton's name is mentioned 32 times in hearing.
That a point -- the hearing is too deep discredit the secretary of state.
Who has very high popularity and may well be a candidate for president.
So I understand.
Republicans had a grievance -- this happened a month before the election.
And every effort has been made to turn it into something that's diabolical.
I don't see that and -- -- did I would say it.
But I don't see that.
And -- the talking points were changed.
A chairman of the house permanent select committee on intelligence Mike Rodgers standing by his party's efforts.
Saying that this is not political at all and -- more whistle blowers are ready to come forward.
I doubt anyone can say we've been -- partisan or political in this I do believe yet have a fact based investigation.
And I think that's what we're doing.
Matter of fact the people who testified these are these are serious twenty year veterans at least in one case.
Of the State Department.
Who have who who felt so strongly they wanted to come out and testify and I will tell you.
We have had people come forward.
Because of the testimony and say we would also like to talk I do think we're gonna see more whistle -- I don't certainly my committee has been contact that I think others committees -- as well.
Well Heather was mentioning that.
That happened twelve times they changed the talking points.
That came out at the end of last week through this bombshell report which surfaced twelve time again exchange and -- -- --
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