House Republicans on Tuesday is expected to release their long-awaited report on the fatal Benghazi attacks, charging President Obama, House Democrats and Hillary Clinton's State Department of stonewalling and claiming that Clinton's team did nothing to help the Americans under attack.
The GOP report comes a day after Democrats on the House Select Committee on Benghazi released their report Monday that claimed the four killed in Benghazi, including U.S. Ambassador J. Christopher Stevens, were sitting ducks and that nothing could be done to help them. The GOP dismissed the report.
The GOP takes a different view, as seen in the supplemental report from panel members Rep. Mike Pompeo, Kansas Republican and Rep. Jim Jordan, Ohio Republican. The report was provided to Secrets in advance of the full panel's report release.
"Despite its claims, we saw no evidence that the administration held a sincere interest in helping the committee find the truth about Benghazi. There is a time for politics and a time to set politics aside. A national tragedy is one of those times when as a nation we should join together to find the truth. That did not happen here," said the 51-page supplemental report. READ MORE