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State Department Liaison Joel Rubin was questioned by the bulldog, South Carolina Rep. Trey Gowdy, and demanded an explanation why the Select Committee on Benghazi still had not received access to all the witnesses and the documents they asked for.
Rubin cited security issues and the Justice Department as obstacles for the delivery of the witnesses and documents, to which Gowdy countered by telling him that the Justice Department wasn’t part of the hearing because they “have no issues with them.”
Gowdy concluded his questioning of the department with a subtle jab.
“If you have time for condom demonstrations or culinary diplomacy, I think you have time to comply with a legitimate request for documents from Congress and I’m sure you agree,” Gowdy said before recognizing another committee member.
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