"As a senator, you would not have tolerated such behavior, and you should not perpetuate it now,” Rohrabacher wrote.
“The House Foreign Affairs Committee has a right to know what the survivors saw and experienced in the service of their country on that dreadful night,” he wrote. “I will be recommending to [House Foreign Affair] Chairman Royce and to Committee on Oversight and Government Reform Chairman Darrell Issa (R-Calif.), that if the situation does not immediately improve, legal charges be leveled against those responsible to insure details of this attack on American diplomatic personnel are not kept hidden from the American people.”
Three hawkish senators – Sens. John McCainJohn McCainMcCain says he hasn't met with Trump since inauguration Overnight Defense: General warns State Department cuts would hurt military | Bergdahl lawyers appeal Trump motion | Senators demand action after nude photo scandal Senate lawmakers eye hearing next week for Air Force secretary: report MORE (R-Ariz.), Lindsey GrahamLindsey GrahamGOP senators pitch alternatives after House pulls ObamaCare repeal bill McCain says he hasn't met with Trump since inauguration Under pressure, Dems hold back Gorsuch support MORE (R-S.C.) and Kelly AyotteKelly AyotteFEC commissioner to Trump: Prove voter fraud Live coverage: Day three of Supreme Court nominee hearing Lewandowski saw no evidence of voter fraud in New Hampshire MORE (R-N.H.) – will press Kerry to make the survivors available to Congress, Graham told Fox News over the weekend.
“We’re going to write a letter. Myself, Sens. Ayotte and McCain, to Secretary Kerry asking to make the survivors available to the Congress,” Graham said Saturday. “The appropriate committees can interview the survivors about what happened that night.”