John Boehner working on resolution that would give Benghazi panel ‘strongest authority possible’

David M. Drucker
The Washington Examiner

House Speaker John Boehner’s office is working with the Rules Committee to craft the resolution that would determine the contours and function of the select committee to investigate the deadly 2012 attack on the U.S. consulate in Benghazi, Libya.

The resolution could receive a Rules Committee hearing on Wednesday and hit the House floor for consideration Thursday or Friday, Republican sources confirmed Monday after Boehner, R-Ohio, announced that he was appointing Rep. Trey Gowdy, R-S.C., chairman of the select committee. Boehner, who holds the power to appoint all members of the select committee, plans to name some Democrats to the panel unless they choose to boycott



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Related: Judge Napolitano: House Special Committee on Benghazi Can SUBPOENA OBAMA (Video)

…Judge Napolitano: It has extraordinary subpoena power. I’ll tell you what it can do. It can find out where the President of the United States was during those eight crucial hours…

Megyn Kelly: Can they subpoena President Obama?

Judge Napolitano: Yes. They can subpoena President Obama. If he resists, we have a constitutional crisis and the third branch, a judge would hear it…

Watch the video at the link!



Catherine Herridge: Discrepancies between Benghazi emails released to Congress, watchdog group (video)

Documents reviewed by Fox News show there are differences between Benghazi emails released through the federal courts to the conservative watchdog group Judicial Watch and emails released to the House oversight committee as part of its investigation into the attacks.

The discrepancies are fueling allegations the administration is holding back documents to Congress….



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