Rep. Issa says Clinton may have to testify on Libya attack

“If it leads to areas in which she is a ... witness, of course she will” be asked to testify, Issa told "America's Newsroom." “In general we start as we did here with the whistle-blower and then we work up, down and sideways to get to the truth.”

“You never take it off the table. It could go sideways, it could go to the White House, the FBI. There are a lot of people and places that had to fail for this tragedy to occur.”

Issa's comments come as senior State Department officials confirmed last night the attack in Benghazi that killed Ambassador Christopher Stevens and three other Americans didn't grow out of a protest against a U.S.-made anti-Islam film posted on YouTube, as the administration initially claimed.

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