With so many scandals coming out of the Obama White House, Congress is tasked with finding a way to properly investigate and keep attention on all of them simultaneously.
And though the recent focus has been on the IRS targeting of tea party groups, U.S. Sen. Lindsey Graham spoke to Fox News’ Greta Van Susteren Wednesday about the ongoing investigation into the terrorist attack in Benghazi.
Graham spoke to two issues with regards to Benghazi: Why the Obama administration hasn’t done anything with the 18 known suspects involved in the attack and whether Republicans owe U.N. Ambassador Susan Rice an “apology” for suggesting she misled the American people with her tale of what caused the attack, as suggested by White House senior advisor Dan Pfeiffer on all five Sunday talk shows this past weekend.
Graham slammed both the president and Rice as he promised to pursue finding and holding those responsible for the deaths of four Americans accountable:
I don’t think this president is very interested in finding out the truth about Benghazi.
We got photos, a minute-by-minute scenario of what he did as our commander in chief to go after the number one terrorist in the world [Osama bin Laden].
When it comes to explaining his actions that night, before and after the attack when four Americans were murdered by al-Qaida affiliates, we don’t know anything he did, we don’t know where he was that night, we don’t know when he went to bed, we don’t know what he did months before when the Consulate had been previously attacked.
I want the survivors. I’m not stopping until the people in Benghazi get a chance to come to the congress and tell us what happened. I’m not stopping until the president has to answer for his actions as commander in chief. And as to Susan Rice, she’s not going to get an apology from me. She’s going to get a subpoena.
Watch Graham via Fox News: