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In Washington the chairman of the house oversight committee says he had no choice but to hand out subpoenas for several State Department officials.
As part of that panel's investigation into deadly terror attack -- been Ghazi Libya.
The chairman Darrell -- it says scheduling interviews with those officials was simply taking too long.
Last September's attack killed four Americans including US ambassador their Cris Stevens.
Mike Emanuel on Capitol Hill now might.
-- -- and actually dynamic his house oversight chairman Darrell ice that sounds frustrated and irritated with the State Department.
But not the individual employees there are four mid level State Department officials who have been subpoenaed by the house oversight committee.
They are Eric Boswell -- -- -- true it's from the Bureau of Diplomatic Security.
And Elizabeth table and Elizabeth Jones from the bureau of near eastern affairs the concern for lawmakers is getting their un filtered stories.
I think the thing that concerns us the most is that there's a continues to be shifting -- of what the story was just as we got.
False statements for weeks after Ben Ghazi occurred.
It's been ten months since the attack and being.
Ozzie we deserve a lot of answers.
I worry that -- they're overly coached but we'll see we'll give the benefit of the doubt they're gonna.
Come in and testify under oath so I hope there they're truthful.
-- guys -- terror attack was last September 11 lawmakers say the four officials know what happened before the attack.
And the night it all went down at the State Department a spokesman says they have been cooperating with congress.
And it's unfortunate -- I -- And without warning disregarded those discussions and should subpoenas for witnesses who would testify.
All indications those interviews will take place under oath sometime in July.
Kept Mike there's a new Fox News poll out on this -- 69% of those surveyed say President Obama should have ordered a military response to help the American to -- Gaza during last year's deadly attack.
19% say he should not have ordered a military response.
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