[Ed. – Gowdy seems to have a point here.]
The chairman of the House panel investigating the 2012 attacks in Benghazi, Libya, on Friday ridiculed the State Department’s responses to requests for documents.
“It is still like pulling teeth to get the information,” Rep. Trey Gowdy (R-S.C.) told CNN on Friday.
“But you know what we got last week? We got 3,600 pages, half of which were press clippings, including articles about Richard Gere,” he said.
“So if that is their idea of complying with congressional investigations, then we are going to be at this a long time.”
The State Department last week handed over 3,600 pages of fresh correspondence to the select committee.