The Washington Times reports that the administration has completed it’s study of the events at the US consulate in Benghazi on September 11th this year. But some members of Congress are complaining that some of their questions haven’t been answered in the report;
Sen. Kelly Ayotte, New Hampshire Republican and a member of the Senate Armed Services Committee, said the investigative panel would not probe “interagency discussions” about what occurred at the consulate in the months before the attack and questions about the Obama administration’s response during the deadly assault.
“So I think when we get the report of the Accountability Review Board, it will not answer the question of why didn’t we have [military] assets in place. It will not answer the question of interagency communications and what deficiencies were there. And so there are going to be some significant limitations to that review from what I know,” Mrs. Ayotte told an audience Wednesday at the American Enterprise Institute.
Of course, we’re never going to get the complete picture in the next four years. I’m just waiting for the administration to declare that the terrorist attack was just workplace violence.