Rep. Trey Gowdy Wants A Subpoena for Hillary Clinton


South Carolina Congressman: Trey Gowdy: slammed the: State DepartmentFriday night over its slow response in finally naming the suspected terrorist groups responsible for the attack in: Benghazi: on Sept. 11, 2012.

Trey Gowdy

“I think tomorrow [the State Dept.] is going to announce that we put a man on the moon, that the Berlin Wall fell and that we discovered this neat little drug called penicillin,” Gowdy told Fox News’: Greta Van Susteren. “That’s about how far behind the intelligence our State Department is.”

The “shocking part,” Gowdy said, was that one day after the terrorist attack, members of former Secretary of State: Hillary Clinton’s inner circle — including Clinton’s Chief of Staff: Cheryl Mills: and Under Secretary of ManagementPatrick Kennedy: — “admitted” that it was Ansar al-Sharia who was responsible.

“So I don’t know why, after a year and a half, they’re finally catching up with the rest of the world.”

As to what the American people can expect next as the wait for answers continues, Gowdy said depositions are ongoing in the House.

“I’m ready to send subpoenas to Hillary Clinton, [Former U.S. Ambassador]: Susan Rice, Cheryl Mills and Patrick Kennedy. I’m ready to take their depositions. And I’m ready to send interrogatories to the president.”

Related:: State Dept. finally designates, names terrorist groups behind Benghazi attack

Watch the short segment here: via Fox News:

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