With today’s Benghazi report out, you may remember there was another GOP-led Benghazi committed report that came out almost two years ago. Well. Benghazi Select Committee head Trey Gowdy today basically echoed the words of fellow skeptical Republicans––one of whom called it “crap.”
The House Intelligence Committee concluded at the time there was “no intelligence failure,” and Mike Rogers, the Republican head of that committee, had to push back against Republicans who were critical of it.
On Fox tonight, Bret Baier brought up that Rogers report and asked, “Are you saying his report was not good and people shouldn’t take him seriously?”
Gowdy said “yes,” and went on to point out that two of the members of his committee were also on Rogers. They signed onto today’s report, but not that one.
“You don’t issue a final definitive report without interviewing the eyewitnesses,” Gowdy said. “He didn’t interview eyewitnesses. He didn’t even interview the guy that we found that told us who evacuated our folks with the annex.”
And he wasn’t even done there. Watch the whole thing above, via Fox News.
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