U.S. Rep. Trey Gowdy, R-S.C., appeared on Fox News Friday and told host Greta Van Susteren that he has proof the Obama administration is deliberately withholding documents related to its response to the attack in Benghazi.
In the wake of Friday’s announcement that the House will vote to establish a select committee to investigate that attack, Gowdy was commenting on Secretary of State John Kerry also being subpoenaed to answer for the State Department failing to produce documents related to the incident.
“Is it bureaucracy, or are they hiding it?” Susteren asked.
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“Well, I have evidence that not only are they hiding it, there is an intent to hide it,” Gowdy replied. “I can’t disclose that evidence yet, but I have evidence that there was a systematic, intentional decision to withhold certain documents from Congress.”
“And we’re just sick of it,” he added. “So we’re gonna have him come explain why we’re getting documents 20 months late.”
Gowdy also commented on the benefit of forming a select committee, saying the body would not be limited by jurisdiction and will have subpoena power.
“If you want to have Greg Hicks and the station chief from Tripoli and Hillary Clinton all sitting at the same table, you need to have a committee that has the power to do that,” he said. “And a select committee would have that power.”
The full interview can be seen here:
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