Panetta's interview comes days after former CIA Director David Petraeus appeared.
The interviews come more than 19 months after the panel was created.
Former official says Clinton backed bin Laden raid, while Biden opposed it.
The former Defense secretary said ISIS represents "a whole new phase" in war on terror.
He left the administration in 2013 after stints as CIA chief and Defense secretary.
Pentagon has struggled to produce records government and outside groups can accurately audit.
The U.S. launched a new wave of strikes and dropped arms for the Kurdish town.
“I don't think anybody intentionally made a decision not to help these people," Panetta says.
"I think Hillary put him up to it,” Morris said.
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Panetta also said lawmakers have "a hard time trying to find the bathroom."
Former spokesman Bill Burton lashes out at Obama's ex-CIA chief.
“My view is that Hillary Clinton probably has the best credentials."
“We’ve got to take that territory away from them,” he said. “It’s been a year."
Panetta said he hopes a "partisan presentation" is avoided.
Homeland Security funding and the fight against ISIS will be among the topics.
“I don’t think we can take anything for granted,” he said.
An initial Pentagon review found the book revealed classified information.
Holder said he wouldn't "even consider" writing a critical book with Obama in office.
Panetta added that he thinks Washington is at its worst right now.
Panetta's memoir has garnered attention for its critique of Obama's foreign policy.
The former secretary said lawmakers should act soon "because this is war."
White House spokesman says it is "customary" for people to leave after midterm election.
"I would have taken some very tough positions with regards to Putin," he said.