Kerry vows to appoint Benghazi liaison to Congress

“Let's get this done. Let's figure out what it is that's missing,” he said. “Let's find exactly together what happened, because we have much more important things to move on to.”

House Foreign Relations Committee Chairman Ed Royce (R-Calif.) said his staff are being forced to review documents under State Department supervision and can't copy anything, even unclassified documents, wasting time and money.

Kerry said the witnesses to the attack have been interviewed by the FBI and their testimony shared with Congress, along with 25,000 documents and a video of the attack.

“I do not want to spend the next year coming up here and talking about Benghazi,” he said. “If there's something legitimate that really needs to be put on the table, I'll put it on the table and I'll work with you in good faith.”

“Let's put this behind us.”