Armed with the support of four conservative organizations, Rep. Frank WolfFrank WolfBottom Line 10 most expensive House races Benghazi Report and Hillary: What it means for Philadelphia MORE (R-Va.) on Wednesday renewed his call for lawmakers to join him in pushing for a select committee to probe last year's attack in Benghazi, Libya, and the administration's response.
Wolf sent his “Dear Colleague” letter a day after House committee leaders released an interim report blaming former Secretary of State Hillary ClintonHillary Rodham ClintonAgriculture head backs Perez in DNC race Hillary Clinton tweets well-wishes to Bushes Chelsea Clinton: We must keep fighting MORE for security lapses that contributed to the deaths of Ambassador Christopher Stevens and three other Americans in the September attacks. Already, at least 123 House Republicans — more than half the Republican Conference — have co-sponsored his resolution.
“A seven month long investigation that yields less than four pages of findings about the lack of a military response that could potentially have saved American lives in Benghazi is by definition totally inadequate,” said Scott Taylor, president of OPSEC, which is made up of former U.S. special forces and intelligence officials critical of President Obama's national security record. “It’s now clear that only a select committee can deliver the answers that the American people deserve.”