Thursday in Washington before a congressional committee, witnesses testified about the 2012 attack on the U-S Consulate in Benghazi, Libya and the Obama administration’s response.
An important military official who committee members interviewed was retired Brigadier General Robert Lovell, who at the time of the attack was the deputy intelligence director of the U-S Africa Command.
Before talking with the General, however, Utah Republican Congressman Jason Chaffetz read information from a document important to the Benghazi investigation to Committee Chairman Darrell Issa . . . .
When it came time for Congressman Chaffetz to ask General Lovell how the U-S responded to the attack on Benghazi the atmosphere turned quite somber . . . .